NASA confirms: Joel Osteen’s smile visible from space
NASA confirmed yesterday that astronauts were able to see the glow from Joel Osteen’s smile with their naked eyes while aboard the International Space Station.
Whilst a number of man-made objects are visible from space – such as city lights, the Palm Islands at Dubai, the Greenhouses at Almería Bridges, the Kennecott Copper Mine and on a good day the Pyramids – Joel Osteen’s smile is the only feature of a man that is visible from space.
Indeed, NASA believes that with the right conditions Joel Osteen’s smile would also be visible from the moon.
Astronaut Leroy Chiao had this to say, “Sometimes it can get lonely up here, but seeing the glow is like a beacon that reminds us that we’re not far from home.”
It’s not the first time the glow from his teeth has brought comfort. Last month the reflection from his freshly polished teeth was mistaken for the Shekinah glory.
Jeanette J. Epps interjected, “However, it can be kinda distracting when you’re trying to pilot the ship for re-entry. Sometimes the visors don’t quite cut out the glare so we’ve found it’s safer to begin our descent during the window when Joel is sleeping. This ensures that no-one is blinded during a critical moment.”
Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible