Gutierrez twins Richard and Raymond Gutierrez are currently at NASA’s (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) field center called John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The NASA visit was upon the invitation on the international wristwatch brand Omega, which is launching a new collection dubbed Moonwatch.
The twins’ first visit at the said space center also coincided with the 50th anniversary of moon landing which took place in July 1969.
Judging from their respective IG feeds about the NASA visit, the Gutz twins look like they’re having the time of their lives.
Raymond, in his IG stories, revealed that his brother was “freaking out inside” as they explored the grounds of NASA.
They also watched a short film about an interview with the youngest astronaut to walk on the moon—Charlie Duke.
The twins also got to ask two astronauts there the question we’re all curious to know the answer about: Are UFO’s (unidentified flying object) real?
One of the astronauts answered, “I’ve never seen a UFO before. I think there so many, billions of planets, you would think there’s life out there but on the other hand I think life is so complicated.”
The highlight of their trip would be dining under the space shuttle named Atlantis which was launched a couple of times for a space mission.
They also got to meet the famous Italian fashion businesswoman Chiara Ferragni at the event!
Check out more of their awesome pictures below: