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NASA is looking for a new Planetary Protection Officer to help protect Earth from extraterrestrials – and they’re offering a six-figure salary! A fourth-grader has already applied for the job, making the case that he’s a perfect fit because his sister says he’s an alien. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY.