NASA Johnson Style – One of the newest in a long line of “Gangnam Style” parody videos, NASA’s Johnson Space Center just released its own spoof of singer PSY’s cross-over Korean pop hit.
The Houston space center’s parody, “NASA Johnson Style,” uses footage from the International Space Station and scenes from the center itself to highlight some of the work researchers do on the campus, which is home base for NASA’s astronaut corps.
A few astronauts even make cameos in parody video. The astronaut shooting the PSY impersonator a disapproving look a little less than two minutes into the video is Mike Massimino — a veteran of two space shuttle missions, both of which visited the Hubble Space Telescope.
The original “Gangnam Style” music video first went viral a month after its release in August, and since then has been watched more than 900,000,000 times. It overtook Justin Bieber’s “Baby” as the most viewed video ever on YouTube near the end of November. (Source: Space.com)
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