June 16, 2024

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5-year-old Brazilian is mapping asteroids for a NASA project

5-year-old Brazilian is mapping asteroids for a NASA project

From an early age, Miro Latanzio Tsai preferred museums to stadiums. Arriving at the Catavento Museum, he began to cite the names of all the planets in the solar system.according to his mother, lawyer Carla Latancio, 40.

“Despite being a two-year-old baby, he got wild! My favorite outing was always going to the museum. He didn’t want to go to the playground, he always wanted to go to the museum (laughs). Miro didn’t have an astronomy book in That time and he got there showing all the planets by name. I think he saw it on TV, because he watches a lot of documentaries,” the mother tells the G1 website, Globo portal.

But this was not the first achievement for Miro, who is fluent in English at the age of five and is learning Mandarin from his father, 45-year-old Chinese manager Jack Tsai.

Carla also says that Miro started reading during the epidemic at the age of 3. At one and a half years old, he’s speaking full sentences, like “I want to go away,” and he’s taken his first steps in 9 months, according to his mother.

“He is developed not just in the speech part, but in the whole cognitive part. He has a very advanced mind for his age. Miro has always been very interested in science and technology, has always been curious and wanted to understand how things happen.”

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