Avengers: Endgame – NASA gives Marvel advice to save Tony Stark


Even NASA is getting into the hype of the Avengers. The US space agency wants to help save Tony Stark from his plight in the new trailer for Avengers: Endgame.

Writing on Twitter, NASA offered some advice on how to save Stark. He directed the rest of the Avengers to hear a sign from Stark saying "Avengers, we have a problem." But if Stark's communications are low, what then? In this situation, NASA said it recommends ground crews to "use every resource" to search the skies and find Stark.

As you can see, Marvel Studios responded to NASA's tweet, saying they appreciate the help. If you zoom in on one of the tables at the back of the image, you will see that one of the clusters on the table is marked "Thor", with the hammer resting against it. What is all this?

NASA explained in another tweet that THOR is an acronym that stands for "Thermal Operations and Features".

Tony Stark is looking like he's in a bad way in the new Endgame trailer. The trailer opens with Stark adrift in space without food or water, with the oxygen about to run out. He is recording a message to Pepper Potts saying he no longer expects to be rescued.

The new Avengers trailer confirmed the name of the movie, Endgame, a title that makes a lot of sense, given what is expected to happen after the dramatic end of Infinity War. The immensely popular Avengers trailer: Endgame also raises many questions, such as which happened to the beard of Captain America, how much time has passed since the War of Infinity, how Scott Lang apparently came out of the Quantum Kingdom and more. Check out the summary of all the great questions from GameSpot here.

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