The Hilarious Response of NASA to the People Asking to Save Iron Man

It’s as if the job of Marvel Studios is to tease its fans with mysterious footages of the upcoming Marvel films. Recently, the studio released the trailer of Avengers: Endgame. As excited as everyone got with the notification of the trailer for the film, people got stuck with the mysteries that the footage served them with. As the name of the film suggests, it is the endgame- the last part of the Avenger series that started with The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Avengers: Infinity War. The subtitle to the film is very misleading and complex as we do not know whether it’s the endgame of the series itself or the endgame of the surviving Avengers from the Infinity War.

We do rejoice with the release of the trailer by the studio but the video undoubtedly has a feeling of sadness hovering around it. The footage begins with the Iron Man’s helmet lying on the floor of a spaceship in which Stark himself is present. It is an abandoned spaceship wandering in the infinite space with a human inside it. And the man is our most favourite- the Iron Man. He seems exhausted and defeated in the very first shot of the trailer where he leaves a message for the love of his life and his fiancée- Pepper Potts. He asks her not to feel bad about his end in the space as “the part of the journey is the end”. He has lost all hope of getting rescued and has accepted his end as the supply of water and food has run out already and oxygen is left just for one more day. He tells her that even when he will breathe last, he will remember only her. The message is romantic as well as sad at the same time. After all, it’s our Iron Man. How can we even think of losing him? Right?

So, the Marvel fans all over the internet have started asking NASA for help in rescuing Tony Stark from his death in space. They are asking NASA to send in a rescue team into space for Stark as soon as they can. There are scores of tweets and messages all over social media to the NASA people.

Finally, NASA decides to stop their research on aliens or whatever they are doing. They reacted to the tweets positively and assured the fans that they would help Iron Man by any means necessary. So the meted out an equally funny advisory for Marvel. First, Marvel should listen into mission control for “Avengers, we have a problem.” Even then if Tony cannot respond then NASA would use all the resources present in the space to scan for Iron Man and his ship.

This is very nice of NASA to suggest, however, Tony doesn’t have that much time. He has been running short of life already. Why can’t NASA just shoot up a rocket with one of its astronauts and find Tony in the space? Of course! I’m kidding. All of us should be optimistic about Tony surviving the infinite space. After all, he is the Iron Man who built his Suit from scraps even when he was a hostage held in a dark cave in an arid area. He will survive this too.  Be positive folks!