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Promoting Science Through Music

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When we imagine the people who work for NASA, we think of rocket scientists who help us understand life outside of Earth. But do you know they also put out great music videos?

Well, their interns do.

Interns at Johnson Space Center in Texas have a unique tradition of creating funny parody videos with versions of “Gangnam Style” and the “Harlem Shake” that had us laughing. Now, they have come up with a twist to Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” with “All About That Space.”

The video have interns dancing among some pretty cool shoots of the space center. It’s a nice inside glimpse of their “office,” which many of us will never see for ourselves.

And what exactly do they sing about? Here’s a sample:

 

Hey they’re working so hard, don’t you love these NASA guys?

They will take us so far the first time that Orion flies.

You know we’re travellin’ to deep destinations ‘fore to long,

So if that’s what you’re into then join in and ride along.

I’m all about that space

‘Bout that space, space travel

I’m all about that space

‘Bout that space, space travel

I’m all about that space

‘Bout that space

Hey!

 

The video was meant to promote the test launch of Orion on Dec. 5, which worked on us. We discovered that Orion will someday take people deep in space, hopefully as fars as Mars! The test flight successfully circled the earth twice in just over four hours.

Also, if you need more proof on how much scientists like music, check out this blog post!

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