NASA astronauts respond to rapper BoB's plans to prove Earth is flat

Posted at 12:33 PM, Oct 04, 2017

For some reason or other, 184 people have already pooled $5,000 to help Atlanta rapper B.o.B. discover whether the Earth is round or flat.

Astronauts who claim to have seen the Earth from afar are now responding via social media to assure him that we live on a giant sphere.

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Scott Kelly spent an entire year aboard the International Space Station and tweeted a video of a full orbit around the planet. He also suggested diverting the funds raised to relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

The second man to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin, also chimed in to "save BoB a lot of money."