New NASA Game For Facebook Users

New NASA Game For Facebook Users

It has been recently revealed that NASA is soon going to launch a new game of Facebook, the famous social media site. The name of the game is ‘Space Race Blast off’ and it is a mix of ‘Jeopardy’ and Space Camp games.

This is a sort of quiz game, which tends to puzzle people about space exploration and other NASA history. Those players who get their guesses right, will be able to win NASA astronaut badges, astronomical objects and little miniature spaceships, that have all been designed by the NASA game designing team.

“'Space Race Blast Off' opens NASA's history and research to a wide new audience of people accustomed to using social media,. Space experts and novices will learn new things about how exploration continues to impact our world”, said David Weaver, from NASA headquarters in Washington.

This is a new endeavor of the NASA to inspire young people to become involved in astronomical careers. This will tend to inspire people and make them more knowledgeable about astronomy and further help in education. It will also help to garner support for NASA and bring more crowds to Facebook.

It is the new initiative by NASA towards the social media industry. Twitter, has already been used by the company for its new discoveries and so on. It was about time that Facebook was brought in action too, and people are surely going to enjoy this new addition to the games on the site. It is going to help people come closer to the astronomical company and get to know more about the many new technologies they are producing every now and then.

It shall be worthwhile to see how people tend to react to this new NASA game, and whether it really attracts people towards using their brains.


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