NASA’S INTERNS REMIXED AN ARIANA GRANDE SONG TO PROMOTE ITS NEXT MISSION
September 10, 2019
These NASA interns shooting for the moon with a parody of Ariana Grande’s hit song is everything!
A group of eager interns at the federal agency’s Johnson Space Center went out of their way to highlight NASA’s mission to send the first woman to the Moon by 2024. And what other way to do it then to remix a pop song!
The interns took Ariana Grande’s hit song “NASA” and rewrote the lyrics to highlight some of the achievements. Have a look for yourself!
The video is captioned with the following:
The “NASA” Intern Music Video is a volunteer outreach video project created by the students of NASA’s Johnson Space Center. It was created as an educational parody of Ariana Grande’s NASA song. The lyrics and scenes in the video have been re-imagined in order to inform the public about the amazing work going on at NASA and the Johnson Space Center.
Alexis Vance, Sarah Radway and Yisha Ng are the NASA interns behind the viral video. Vance said, “I’m just glad to share the message of our mission, and I’m glad that a lot of people are having fun with it. It’s bringing them as much joy as it brought us to make the video.”
Ariana Grande of course saw the video and commented “Oh my. This is so pure and special and insane. Hi everyone over there that is doing such incredible work! thank u for taking the time to make this ! my heart is ….. bursting.”
oh my. this is so pure and special and insane. hi everyone over there that is doing such incredible work ! thank u for taking the time to make this ! my heart is ….. bursting. 🌑🌫🖤 https://t.co/o48OzSSTcD
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) September 9, 2019
“We’ll explore the universe because we’re N-A-S-A” 🎶
Bravo to the future of NASA!