This NASA Astronaut Is 1st Man To Ever Record A Music Video In Space And It’s Out Of This World


NASA does a lot of incredible research, but aside from being a scientific organisation it’s also an educational one. That means the space agency is always looking for ways to attract lay people to read about their work. And they might have just made one of their best attempts yet.

NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel

NASA has just released a music video of all things. It’s something they’ve done in the past, though those have usually been parodies of existing songs. They’ve also been exclusively recorded on the ground, but not this one. 

The latest music video is for an original track, written by Canadian alt-rock band The Tragically Hip. It’s hauntingly beautiful right from the get go, even before you  lay eyes on NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel zooming through the space station with his guitar in hand, only to sit in front of one of the ISS’ observation windows as he strums out the melody.

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There are some lovely shots of NASA’s Expedition 55 and 56, aboard the ISS and clambering around its surface during space walks, not to mention some really stellar views of Earth. All in all, it’s the perfect soothing melody for a space-themed relaxation session.





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