A nine year old want to be ‘Guardian of the Earth’

NASA’s recent vacancy for a “planetary protection officer” has inspired a 9-year-old boy to take on the role of guardian of the Earth of extraterrestrial life. Jack Davis, a fourth-grader from New Jersey and self-proclaimed “Keeper of the Galaxy,” has recently been sent a letter to NASA in the interest-extending position that pays $ 124,000 to $ 187,000 per year. He told brains that he would be perfect for work because his sister always tells him that he is an alien and he is obsessed with science fiction films.
Director of planetary science Jim Green responded to Davis by writing a follow-up letter. “I hear you are a ‘Guardian of the Galaxy’ and interested in being a Planetary Protection Officer. That’s great!” he wrote. O”Our Planetary Protection Officer position is really cool and is very important work. It’s about protecting earth from tiny microbes when we bring back samples from the Moon, asteroids and Mars.”He added, “We are always looking for bright future scientists and engineers to help us, so I hope you will study hard and do well in school. We hope to see you here at NASA one of these days.”
Seems like Jack won’t be replacing Catharine Conley, who’s listed as NASA’s current planetary protection officer now but maybe in the future.