Avengers: Endgame fans appear to take the security of Tony Stark missing in space (Robert Downey Jr.) truly, and even NASA is getting in on the discussion.
The official Twitter account of NASA has been bothered with a considerable amount of tweets as of late, requesting that they occupy their assets to spare Tony Stark, who could be seen floating in space on the very edge of death in the main Endgame trailer. Presently, NASA has reacted back to those solicitations, implying at what they would hypothetically do to endeavor to spare Tony stark missing in space.
“Hey @Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark,” the tweet reads. “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.” :NASA
After requests to NASA demonstrated unfruitful, Marvel fans are presently speaking to virtuoso very rich person playboy humanitarian Elon Musk to safeguard Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), who was uncovered in the Avengers: Endgame trailer to float defenselessly in space as assets run dangerously low.
Unmistakable was left battered and wounded on the annihilated planet of Titan in the wake of enduring a merciless thrashing on account of Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Avengers: Infinity War, and is currently marooned in space close by Thanos’ received little girl, Nebula (Karen Gillan).
Fans energetically contacted NASA via web-based networking media to send a save mission after the defensively covered Avenger, who says in a recorded message for life partner Pepper Potts nourishment and water supplies were exhausted four days prior with the oxygen supply not a long ways behind.
NASA reacted to the whirlwind of tweets Sunday, tweeting, “As we probably am aware, the primary thing you ought to do is tune in mission control for ‘Vindicators, we have an issue.’ But on the off chance that he can’t convey, we prescribe ground groups utilize all assets to check the skies for your missing man.”
The SpaceX and Tesla plan answered to a tweet referencing his appearance in Machete Kills, which sees Musk, showing up as himself, shaking hands with ex-Federale operator Machete (Danny Trejo) before sending him into space.
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