Congress approves NASA to use empty tissue rolls as telescopes

2021-11-13 05:55:54 By : Ms. karen wen

Washington - To demonstrate its continued commitment to scientific knowledge, Congress passed a measure on Thursday to approve the purchase of an empty roll of tissue for NASA to use as a telescope. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said: "Because of this generous behavior, our scientists will soon be able to cover one eye, squint the cardboard tube with the other eye, and see a few stars," he Explain that this legislation will enable researchers to remove a roll of paper towels from the recycling bin, paint it black, and cover it with shiny aluminum foil star stickers. "The only limit now is our own imagination." Congressional aides confirmed that the final bill has been significantly reduced from a more ambitious proposal that will also provide NASA with a large cardboard box for use as a spacecraft.