Reese Lansangan’s Hit Single “A Song About Space” Was Chosen As Theme Song For NASA’s #LaunchAmerica Campaign
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) officially announced that Reese Lansangan’s hit single “A Song About Space” was chosen as a theme song for its #LaunchAmerica campaign.
This, as NASA named Reese Lansangan, a singer-songwriter from the Philippines, as the American space program’s newest discovery.
The said campaign would give way for a new era of spaceflight that would return the ability to launch astronauts to the US. In addition, the #LaunchAmerica campaign supported Bob Behnken and Dough Hurley, two astronauts from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, as they ride the Crew Dragon Spacecraft from SpaceX which lifting off on May 27 in Florida in the United States.
“A Song About Space”
Her hit single “A Song About Space”, which was written last 2013, was described as “an open letter to the universe” in her video way back in 2016. In a report from Pikapika, Lansangan posted on her Twitter account about her accomplishment as she expressed her happiness towards NASA.
Lansangan, in her tweet, said that she was “OVER THE MOON (pun intended)” and she didn’t think she will get over it. She also said that she was hoping that her music could make it to NASA’s International Space Station (ISS).
Aside from her tweet, she also posted on her Instagram account, saying that she thanked “the universe” for her “this tiny, tiny victory” as she received a message from NASA telling her that the American space program loved her “super old and embarrassing” song.
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