NASA releases another parody music video and we kind of love it

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PHOTO CREDIT: SCREEN CAPTURE FROM VIDEO
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Just in case you haven't had enough of Meghan Trainor yet (she's coming to town for the Ho Ho Ho Holiday event at The Beacham this Friday) here's a fun little music video that some cutie-patooties at NASA just released called "All About That Space". Its painfully WASP-y but we're digging the cheese. The marketing intern behind this little project totally gets our OW thumbs up. We'll be singing "rockets need propulsion from the bottom to the top" all day now. 



According to iflscience.com the video was made to call attention to the launch of the Orion spacecraft on Dec. 5 which was its first deep-space test flight. 


We've been fans of their weird videos since they brought us the equally Nerd-tastic "We're NASA and We Know It" piece back in 2012.




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