The networks have reacted to the presentation of NASA's Tornem a la Luna ready-to-wear collection with that unanimity that only occurs every year with the song that will represent Spain at Eurovision to say that it will not win: the pants are of traca The pants that will be worn by the astronauts traveling to the Moon two years from now, we mean. With so much culture war, so much division and so much, we'll call it by its name, bad milk, it's nice to be able to find something that unites us.
The comments extend far beyond our country. From France to Indonesia, everyone has the same opinion after the sidereal parade: for that they could have gone to the nearest Decathlon and saved their money on engineers. Or at Lidl. And the helmets, some point out, are from Wallapop.
Almost no one realizes, at least in public, that it's not trousers, but a frog, which the lunatics will wear, but that's about it. It's a shame how many comments we miss because they're in unrecognizable languages, like, according to another tweeter, what will happen to astronauts in space if they're wearing a black suit, which in reality it won't be, but we also we ask here why the space agency has presented a dark model when the one they will take to the moon will be white, perhaps so that it would not be stained before the presentation.
One tweeter takes the opportunity to say that they suddenly remind him of a butane seller and another points out that he wore a similar outfit when he worked at Repsol, I look it up on Google and indeed the resemblance is more than reasonable, black with phosphorescent orange ornaments, a that of NASA is a little more articulated.
The usual guitar smashers are also on the lookout: some "if they get there" question the success of the mission that will return us to our satellite; another points again to the dress: "It's the one that comes out in the movies where the astronauts are lost in space", and one that this writer loves: "Very Armageddon", although it is not clear if it refers to our future or the movie. And there is also room for conspiranoics, who do not miss the opportunity to say that it is the first time that the Moon will be stepped on, because the others were a lie... Someone claimed, not for the dress, but for the brain, he says there will be one woman and one non-white in the crew. But they are few.