We do our very best here at Geekosystem to keep you apprised of what NASA is up to. It’s something we’re passionate about, and you all seem to enjoy it as well. We get comments and emails asking us follow up questions about some NASA stories, and we don’t always have the answers. NASA Deputy Chief Lori Garver has the answers, and you can ask her anything on Reddit today.
Now’s your chance to ask all those burning space questions to one of NASA’s most knowledgeable and powerful figures. For example, you could ask: Why does NASA want to give the Moon a moon? Wouldn’t it be easier to send people to Mars if we stopped worrying about bringing them back? Who would win in a fight between the Hulk and Batman? (You can literally ask her anything.)
Garver announced the AMA on her Twitter account yesterday:
I am NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver, and you can ask me anything on Reddit tomorrow at 2 p.m. EDT. go.nasa.gov/11bofZu
— Lori Garver (@Lori_Garver) April 16, 2013
Get your questions ready now. What would you like to ask Garver? I bet she sides with Batman.
- I’ll be asking her why NASA is rushing the Orion for a 2014 launch
- You can win a spot to go live (and die) on Mars on a new reality show
- NASA wants to give the Moon a moon by parking an asteroid in its orbit