NASA to host Reddit 'Ask Me Anything!' Aug 26th, Flat Earthers rally

NASA to host Reddit 'Ask Me Anything' on August 26th, tune in with your questions.

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NASA will be hosting a Reddit 'Ask Me Anything' (AMA) in a couple of days, this will no doubt spark Flat Earthers rallying to the Reddit board with numerous questions.

If you haven't heard about Reddit 'Ask Me Anything's then you have truly missed out on some of the greatest internet information harvesting events. The 'Ask Me Anything' sub-reddit is one of the most subscribed to Reddits on the platform as celebrities, high-profile businessmen, scientists, influencers and people alike take to the platform to answer community voted questions.

The people that are doing the 'Ask Me Anything' provide credible information for who they claim to be and proceed to answer any which question the community has provided them at their discretion. While you might think that they could go south since its the internet, and the internet can certainly be like the Wild Wild West, these events have actually provided some quite valuable information.

NASA has announced that it will be hosting a Reddit AMA on August 26th and the answers will be controlled by the flight directors and teams monitoring the International Space Station. This will no doubt spark a rally of flat earthers (people who believe the world is flat and not a globe, or even potato shaped) and alien questionnaires in hopes for reasonable scientific explanations. It will definitely be interesting to see which responses the flight team decides to take, and if they can provide any explanations for some of the most sought after community sourced questions.

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