NASA Gets Some Savage Answers After Asking Internet To Name The New 7 Planets

NASA Gets Some Savage Answers After Asking Internet To Name The New 7 Planets

A week back, NASA shocked everyone by announcing 7 planets of same size of our planet Earth revolving around a star some 40 light years i.e. millions of miles away from us. It is possibly the first time so many planets revolving around the same star have been discovered. The astronauts said that the planets were in a tight formation around the star, which is called the Trappist-1. Those, planets are rocky and not gaseous as other planets and out of 7 planets, 3 are considered in the habitat zones- Trappist-1e, Trappist-1f and Trappist-1g.  Trappist-1f is most habitat planet, which is also cooler than Earth planet. It might have the correct atmosphere and right greenhouse gasses to survive on.

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However, NASA did something, which they are regretting now. The official tweeter account handle of NASA posted asking for 7 names for the new planets found. The hashtag became so viral that several memes of the names have been tweeted by the users. #7Namesfor7NewPlanets#is trending now on Twitter. Anything asked on the Twitter have fallen out to some mishap and NASA has been no behind in getting those debacles on themselves.

Let us look at some of those funny memes tweeted by some of the Twitter users:-

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It is hilarious to see people tweeting and mocking about the 7 names which NASA asked and it has surely backfired. People have given absurd names to these planets and they are simply laughable. Might NASA learned not to ask to the Internet again!

Published by vaidehi on 03 Mar 2017

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