NASA's 'All About That Space' parody goes viral

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">NASA interns celebrated the recent successful launch of the Orion space capsule by making a parody to Meghan Trainor&#39;s &#34;All About That Bass&#34; (NASA)</span></div>
You might not expect a pop music parody to come from rocket scientists, and "All About that Space" isn't your typical music video.

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The Meghan Trainor "All About That Bass" parody was created by NASA interns to celebrate the recent successful launch of the Orion space capsule.

It's a behind the scenes look at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

The hilarious video includes lots of choreographed singing and dancing to science themed lyrics like:

    I'm all about that space
    'Bout that space, space travel

And other lyrics like:

    I'm bringing rockets back
    Go ahead and tell the whole world that
    We're doing exploration. Come on, board it stat
    We're ready for liftoff
    Every spacecraft needs propulsion from the bottom to the top.

The video has already racked up more than a couple hundred thousand views on YouTube.

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