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NASA Asked Twitter For Messages To Send Into Space For Aliens & Twitter Delivered

The 40th Anniversary of Voyager I is coming.

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And the Voyager is a testament to humanity’s will to stare down the unknown. And as a way of celebrating such an accomplishment, NASA has decided that they will beam an uplifting message into the unknown. The message itself will be selected from the submissions people make using the hashtag #MessageToVoyager. Unfortunately, deadlines closed earlier in the week.

And the submissions have been all over the place.

https://twitter.com/SabehJoe/status/897417479965769729

There are so many conflicting messages here.

https://twitter.com/NotAnakinAtAll/status/896322044324794369

It has the consistency of gravel.

We were being reasonable. Somewhat.

https://twitter.com/andymacsc/status/895532393901080579

After all, how many things last this long?

https://twitter.com/Message2Voyager/status/895265672271450113

But a lot just wanted to get some alien booty.

https://twitter.com/strum_prbn/status/893085043567898624

Like, really specific, and eerily planned alien booty.

I don’t know what to vote for.

And if aliens think that we’re a bunch of horndogs just waiting to bang… They wouldn’t be wrong. I mean, we sexualise everything. And I mean everything.

Nothing is safe on the internet.

But maybe if we’re lucky, aliens will see it as a compliment. Who knows?

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