“Welcome to NASA” is an outreach video project created by interns at NASA's Johnson Space Center. It was based off of Flo Rida’s “My House” to raise interest for NASA's Journey to Mars. The lyrics and scenes in the video have been reimagined in order to inform the public about the amazing work going on at NASA and the Johnson Space Center.
Created, produced, and edited by NASA Johnson Space Center Interns.
Lyrics: Open up the airlock, pop! It's NASA, come on, turn it up
hear the "go" from control and the count begins cause we ain't done this before so strap on in make yourself at home here on Orion here we go, launch off, carried by SLS
hear the voice in my ear taking off with no fear yeah, we know mars ain't near but we know NASA is here, here
Welcome to NASA Houston take control now our scientists know how to get us off the ground welcome to johnson at nbl you dive in the humid heat we thrive check out our saturn five welcome to Johnson welcome to NASA
almost there and you know that we just can't wait thinking 'bout walkin' out doin' EVAs six months have passed, we wanna celebrate touch down on mars, time to stretch our legs
to the planet that's red got helmets on our head trekkin' through the stars we're gonna live on mars, mars
Journey to red mars Orion, take us there now It's a six month flight, wow sun light never fades out on our flight to mars eat that astro food now space experiments wow fly that EVA out Journey to red mars Journey to red mars
Welcome to our home, the sky, the rocks, the hab and our home is awesome, we got rovers out back excuse me if my step imprints the land explore the terrain and area pathfinder has passed undock, suit up, pick rocks, test mi mundo es tu mundo, and we will be going back another walk with Whatney, his garden is the best it's our home, just relax
welcome to red mars all our days are slower our gravity is lower hi to all the rovers welcome to our home got a lab on red sand start a Martian rockband we're our only fans welcome to our home welcome to NASA