5-year-old Alberta girl catches eye of Canadian Space Agency

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WATCH ABOVE: Juliet Munn-Lenz is from Grande Prairie. The Canadian Space Agency recently shared a video of her on its Facebook page and told her she had an "impressive resume." As Nancy Carlson explain, Juliet is only five-years-old but is clearly trying to "reach for the stars." – Jul 26, 2016

She’s just five-years-old, but little Juliet Munn-Lenz is already sparking the interest of officials at the Canadian Space Agency.

“I feel like it’s the best job ever,” Juliet said about being an astronaut.

“I realized I liked space because when I first found space, it looked pretty good for me to work at it. I’m going to be a doctor after I go to school.”

The agency shared a video of the Grande Prairie kindergarten student on its Facebook page and gave her a little shout out too.

“Thanks for sending us your impressive resume Juliet!,” its post read. “Dream big and reach for the stars.”

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Her parents say she was watching videos about outer space online and her passion just took off from there.

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Juliet wants to go to space by the time she’s 24.

“I want to because then I could be the youngest person in space, the first person on Mars, the first people to go in outer solar systems and meet aliens,” Juliet said.

Her dad said both he and Juliet’s mom never want her to give up on her dreams.

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