In 2012, NASA interns made a video about the agency space missions that went viral with over 6 million views. That video, NASA Johnson Style (a takeoff on the super-viral "Gangnam Style" video) featured dancing astronauts, including the ever photogenic Mike Massimino, Tracy Caldwell Dyson, and Clay Anderson. Dozens of staff members and interns contributed time and talent to make the film,
Now they've done it again. Like other NASA music parodies, this one is set inside several of NASA's facilities, such as the Mission Control Center, Rocket Park, Teague Auditorium and in front of Space Center Houston. Try to resist singing along, we dare you.
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Eliene Augenbraun is a multimedia science producer, formerly Nature Research's Multimedia Managing Editor and Scientific American's senior video producer. Before that, she founded and ran ScienCentral, an award-winning news service providing ABC and NBC with science news stories. She has a PhD in Biology. Follow Eliene Augenbraun on Twitter