This Twitter discussion between fourth graders from Karachi and NASA is the best thing on the internet!

Over 2,000 people retweeted the post until the questions eventually reached the NASA astronauts and scientists.

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A teacher from The Cornerstone School in Karachi took to Twitter and posted some space-related questions that her fourth-graders had asked the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists and astronauts. The teacher tagged the space agency, and prominent astronauts’ official Twitter handles in the tweet.

Over 2,000 people retweeted the post until the questions eventually reached the NASA astronauts and scientists. To her surprise, NASA responded to the queries and invited the kids to be their guests after the pandemic!

Emily Calandrelli, an American science communicator and the host of Xploration Outer Space, replied to the tweet and said:

The Canadian astronaut, Chris Hadfield, also replied and said:

Overwhelmed with happiness, the teacher appreciated the DLR German Aerospace Center’s effort:

Many people also appreciated NASA’s gesture and suggested that the Federal Science Minister, Fawad Chaudhry, become involved and help other children receive answers to their questions.

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