Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Obama mocks NASA telling them to call him when they find the aliens

Obama is the U.S. president who shut down the Nasa Space Shuttle program, sending American astronauts to space with the Russian space ship program.

Now, President Barack Obama mocked the scientific curiosity behind NASA's roving robot, instructing them jokingly to let you know immediately if there is life on Mars.

"If, in fact, you get in contact with the Martians, please let me know immediately," Obama joked, as he called scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California from the Air Force One.

Even if you only find microbes, which will be very exciting, you guys let me know," Obama instructed.
"I have a lot of other things on my plate, but I suspect that this news will go to the top of my list. 

Curiosity landed on Mars last week, after a landing that was categorized as high risk and hunting-ground base for life on the nearest neighbor of planet Earth and send data to prepare for a future  human mission.

The machine will also carry a Mars Science Laboratory shuttle  up to Mount Sharp, a tower of three miles or five kilometers of a Martian mountain with layers of sediment that can be up to one billion years old.

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