The ships for Iron Man were not sent, but at least they gave a couple of tips.
On December 7, a teaser-trailer for the fourth Avengers, one of the most awaited films of 2019, was released, which will complete the film universe of the Marvel superheroes. Seeing the movie, fans began to massively ask NASA to save one of the main characters of the painting, Tony Stark. The agency responded with a couple of tips.
In the finale of the “War of Infinity”, Thanos “erased” half of the living beings in the universe — at that time Iron Man was on the planet Tynan. Most likely, the action at the beginning of the trailer occurs shortly after these events: Stark drifts in space “without a single chance of salvation.” He writes a message and says that the food and water ended four days ago, and the oxygen was “ten hours”.
New “Avengers” set a record for trailer views in 24 hours, ahead of the previous part of the franchise. The dark moment from the teaser was remembered by the users of social networks, and they began to worry about the fate of Iron Man.
find the Tony Stark:
can’t find him?
that’s because he’s stuck in space and food and water have run out 4 days ago and oxygen will run out tomorrow morning
— Safa (@Endgame_is_pain) December 7, 2018
“Find Tony Stark. Can not? This is because it was stuck in space, food and water ran out four days ago, and there was about ten hours of oxygen left. ”
— Ben Yang (@BenjimenForReal) December 7, 2018
“I’m throwing everything to deliver food and water to Tony Stark before he dies in space.”
Fans of the universe have not forgotten that Stark is in space, so they started asking for help from NASA.
what are u doing nasa Tony Stark’s in space go save him he’s dying. pic.twitter.com/Fr5073MCSI
— Bobert Duckey Jr (@juzahoneybunnie) December 9, 2018
“What are you doing, NASA, Tony Stark in space, save him, he is dying”
Listen @NASA forget about exploring mars and save my guy Tony Stark who’s adrift in space with zero promise of rescue. Food and water ran out 4 days ago and oxygen will run out tomorrow morning.
— sᴜᴍᴍᴀя (@sshxh_) December 9, 2018
“NASA, forget about exploring Mars and save Tony Stark, he is drifting in space without a chance for salvation. Food and water ended four days ago, there is enough oxygen for ten hours. ”
ppl be mentioning nasa to save tony stark omg pic.twitter.com/ovJiPP8bod
— ✨ (@samanthalison) December 9, 2018
“People write NASA asking to save Tony Stark”
Me, knocking on NASA’s front door and asking if I could borrow a ship to go save Tony Stark pic.twitter.com/TaMr18sspw
— Send air and food to Tony Stark pls marvel (@ClevaChloe) December 7, 2018
“This is me knocking on NASA’s door and asking to lend a ship to save Tony Stark”
They also remembered other possible saviors: the European Space Agency (ESA), Roscosmos and the head of SpaceX Elon Musk.
— Renata Konkoly (@RenataKonkoly) December 9, 2018
“Tony Stark can not worry, help on the way”
@roscosmos since @NASA won’t step up to save their own, Mr. Tony Stark. So I ask that you might consider it. He’ll be a great asset and ally to have on your side. He was floating in space on his last bit of food and water, last we heard from him. He’s earth’s last hope. pic.twitter.com/ZdjbSFsUfx
— étoiles ✨ (@stickwitit) December 9, 2018
“Roskomos, NASA is not doing anything to save Tony Stark. Therefore, I ask if you can do this. He will be a valuable ally for you. The last time we heard about him, he drifted in space without food or water. He is the last hope of the Earth. ”
Later a fake NASA account appeared, which asked Twitter users not to contact the agency asking them to save the superhero.
— NASA (@melting_wine) December 9, 2018
After about a day, the real NASA answered. The agency did not send ships, but gave the rest of the Avengers a couple of tips.
Hey @Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. 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 pic.twitter.com/zavXrsPljq
— NASA (@NASA) December 9, 2018
“Hey, Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. As far as we know, the first thing you have to do is to listen to the mission control center for the call sign “Avengers, we have problems”. But if he does not get in touch, we recommend using all ground resources to scan the sky for your missing guy. ”
Marvel fans also found Easter eggs in the photo from NASA.
Finally found the hammer. pic.twitter.com/b18zTRV9Ep
— Darshan Baid (@frunkad) December 9, 2018