After posting a job opportunity for “Planetary Protection Officer,” NASA space agency has gotten endless job applications, yet none as unique and lovable as the one by Jack Davis, a 9-year-old with all the right capabilities to be a “Guardian of the Galaxy.”

“I have seen all the space and alien movies I can see,” Jack clarified in his letter. “I’m extraordinary at computer games. I am young, so I can learn how to think like an Alien.”

Jack’s letter became famous after a family friend posted it on Reddit, and when it in the long run achieved the space agency, NASA’s chief of planetary science division himself built an ideal reaction for Jack on Twitter: “It’s about protecting Earth from little organisms when we bring back samples from the Moon, asteroids and Mars. It’s likewise about protecting different planets and moons from our germs as we responsibly investigate the Solar System.”

NASA urged Jack and others to study hard and to one day turn into the real “Guardian of the Galaxy.”

Here’s little Jack job application letter to NASA

The letter then reached NASA’s director of planetary science division, Dr. James L. Green

And here is Dr. James L. Green response

Lets hope this letter from Dr. James L. Green will give Jack and others enough ambition to study hard in order to become one of the “Guardians of the Galaxy”.

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