Washington:6/8/17: NASA has sent an inspiring letter to a nine-year-old who expressed interest in being a Planetary Protection Officer after the US space agency recently announced opening for the position. Nine-year-old Jack Davis from New Jersey is a self-proclaimed “Guardian of the Galaxy” and he reached out to NASA in a letter to express his interest in serving as the agency’s Planetary Protection Officer. “My name is Jack Davis and I would like to apply for the planetary protection officer job. I may be nine but I think I would be fit for the job. One of the reasons is my sister says I am an alien also I have seen all the space and alien movies I can see…,” Davis wrote in his letter signing it off as Jack Davis, Guardian of the Galaxy, Fourth Grade”.
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