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These NASA interns rock.


Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET

Pop star Ariana Grande’s hit tune NASA used the house company’s exploration of the universe as a metaphor for a relationship. A bunch of interns at the actual NASA turned that round and rewrote the tune as a literal riff on the company’s mission and plans to return people to the moon. 

The video is a volunteer outreach undertaking from the coed interns at NASA’s Johnson House Heart in Houston. NASA shared the video final week, describing it as an “academic parody.” It is filled with actual mission clips blended with footage of the interns in astronaut outfits dancing and dealing on science tasks. 

The sheer pleasure of the manufacturing shines by way of. The interns name out NASA’s deliberate Artemis moon mission with abandon, singing, “With our eyes certainly we are going to see one other Earth-rise/SLS will take our desires past the skies.” SLS is NASA’s under-development House Launch System rocket. 

Grande noticed the video and thanked the interns. “Oh my. That is so pure and particular and insane. Hello everybody over there that’s doing such unimaginable work,” Grande tweeted on Monday.

If these interns characterize the way forward for NASA, then our house ambitions are in good arms. 


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