The folks at NASA got excited to see the space agency's name trending on social media Friday morning. Then they looked a little closer and realized it was all due to Ariana Grande's new album -- not the latest asteroid or Mars news.
NASA is the title of a song on Grande's Thank U, Next and includes the refrain of "I'ma need space." She also drops the line: "It's like I'm the universe and you'll be N-A-S-A."
The space agency linked to its page on exploring the solar system and invited Grande to "check out the universe."
While Grande's song is about needing some breathing room in a relationship, it's full of cosmic references to Neil Armstrong's first words on the moon, as well as to stars, gravity and orbits. This could end up being a perfect unofficial theme song for the space agency.
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