Avengers: End Game trailer that showed Iron Man aka Tony Stark lost in space is not only making fans feel gut-wrenched about the helpless Tony but even NASA too. Following the plea from Marvel fans to NASA to rescue Mr. Stark, the federal agency for aeronautics and space have decided to lend a helping hand to rescue Iron Man.
The over two-minute-long trailer starts with Iron Man recording an audio message to Miss Pepper Potts as he is stuck in space without food and water following his near-fatal encounter with Thanos at Titan.
Soon after this dramatic trailer release last Friday, the official Twitter handle of NASA was flooded with tweets asking them to take some measures to save Stark.
Check out the tweets here:
@NASA Hey guys...— Siddharth Sharma (@sid_371) December 8, 2018
On behalf of all the survivors I request you to pls find Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man, resident of 10-8-80 Malibu Point, 90265, Malibu, CA. He is stuck somewhere in space without food and water with oxygen about to run out anytime now. Here’s his pic- pic.twitter.com/N3aDeVemFH
dear @NASA, PLEASE please find Tony Stark that poor guy is floating somewhere up in space and is running out of oxygen. WE NEED YOUR HELP.— ð”‘ð”žð”¡ð”¦ð”«ð”¢ (@Nahdizzle) December 9, 2018
HEY @elonmusk Tony Stark is stranded and dying somewhere in space. NASA wont save him. Please can you?— Steve Thorner (@Draco_MalfoyII) December 9, 2018
ps look out for a purple space daddy wearing a blinging glove
Guys it's TONY STARK. . . he's lost in space and needs your help! He needs your parents' credit card information. He needs the number on the front, the expiration date, and the 3 numbers on the back. Quick! Hurry up now! He's running out of oxygen!!— Mal-El (@JusticeRains_) December 9, 2018
NASA tweeted back saying, Hey @Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for “@Avengers, we have a problem.” But if he can’t communicate, then we recommend ground teams use all resources to scan the skies for your missing man’’ which hinted that they would theoretically try to do something about the situation.
Fans apparently were overwhelmed with NASA’s response, because who knew that NASA was also a huge fan of Tony Stark?
Following the reply from NASA, one user tweeted, "It's quite MARVELOUS that #Nasa tweeted to #Marvel," a user tweeted. While another tweeted, "Please save Tony Stark he deserves better than what Marvel is giving him."
In a follow-up tweet, NASA also reassured that their Thermal Operations and Resource (THOR) officer will ensure the success of the mission.
"The THermal Operations and Resource (THOR) officer is truly one of Mission Control's mightiest heroes. They ensure the operation of multiple @Space_Station subsystems which collect, distribute & reject heat from critical equipment and payloads for the success of the mission."
Avengers: End Game, which is said to be the final movie in the Avengers franchise, will release on April 26, 2019.