Avengers: Endgame -- NASA Gives Marvel Advice To Save Tony Stark

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Despite the somber opening to the first Avengers: Endgame trailer with Tony Stark on the verge of death in space without food, water, or air, we're confident someone will find him before he drifts away forever.

While NASA might not have resources to save Avengers super-star from space, they do have some quick pointers for Marvel. Post the release of the trailer last Friday, the official Twitter handle for the agency was flooded with tweets asking them to take some measures to save Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr.

"As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for the Avengers, we have a problem", NASA advised in a tongue-in-cheek tweet.

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But NASA did respond!

Fans are grateful and commending NASA for their assistance. If you zoom in on one of the desks at the back of the picture, you'll see one of the desk clumps is labeled "Thor", with the hammer leaning against it. What's that all about? In a follow-up tweet, NASA said their Thermal Operations and Resource (THOR) officer will ensure the success of the mission.

While it's unlikely that Stark has a way of communicating with ground control, since he's out of food and water and nearly totally out of oxygen, NASA thinks the Avengers should utilize everything in their reach to scan the universe for Iron Man. What does it mean that he showed up in the trailer for Avengers 4, and why was he wearing that costume? He's recording a message to Pepper Potts saying he no longer expects to get rescued.

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