'U Up?': When Twitter proposed NASA for a late night date on top of the world
New Delhi | Jagran Trending Desk: On the wee hours of Thursday, while the COVID-19 driven restrictions kept you under the rug, anxious about the next office zoom meeting or worried about a semester presentation, Twitter and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) hitched on to date, on top of the world while exploring the way all up till the Mars.
It all started when Twitter asked NASA, “U Up” from its nocturnally empowered interface. NASA was also quick to respond and nodded its evergreen spaced up awakening to Twitter. "Hey Twitter, What's up?," said NASA on twitter.
Hey, Twitter! What’s up?— NASA (@NASA) May 20, 2020
Little did it take for Twitter to escalate its reaction that the only thing which is up with her is that she is 'tweeting from the earth', unlike NASA's ever spacious horizon of course!
Tweeting from earth. what's up with you
May 20, 2020
NASA then confessed its love for the planet blue, by uploading a picture of the earth in what appears to be a picture from NASA-led International Space Station.
But Twitter's earthly existence couldn't help but wonder about the Wifi coverage NASA has in the space and what is its favourite space snack.
Nice, we Earth. Just look at it: pic.twitter.com/txZUgzF9mN— NASA (@NASA) May 20, 2020
how's the wifi up there and also what's your favorite space snack?
May 20, 2020
NASA then said that its WiFi coverage is decent enough to enable its users to tweet from the space. And its favourite snack is as exceptional as the job it does -- 'Launch meat'.
WiFi is pretty decent! Some of our @NASA_Astronauts can tweet from up there! Favorite snack?— NASA (@NASA) May 20, 2020
So, is NASA's launch meat en route to taking it up to Mars anytime soon?, Twitter wondered.
sooo, Mars?— Twitter (@Twitter) May 20, 2020
To Twitter and everyone else's surprise, NASA unveiled the latest picture of its Mars Persevere rover which is scheduled to launch to lead the way on to the Red planet by July this year.
"It's a date," Twitter said, impressed by NASA's gloriously spacious profile and promising prospects for Mars Exploration on top of everything.
NASA closed the early morning date with Twitter via an adoring spaceman GIF, figuratively displaying love in the air.
NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover is set to launch in July and is scheduled to land on the red planet on February 18, 2021.
Posted By: Aalok Sensharma