PSY's 'Gangnam Style' Parodied By NASA Johnson Space Center Students - Video

18 December 2012, 16:56

The K-Pop star's hit single has been used in NASA's outreach programme.

PSY's hit single 'Gangnam Style' features in a new parody clip made by students from the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston.

The video, called 'NASA Johnson Style' was produced as part of NASA's outreach programme and "offers a light-hearted inside look at JSC", according to the center's official website.

There are also cameos from Astronauts Mike Massimino and Clayton Anderson in the clip which takes a tour of the Houston space center in Texas.

Student Eric Sim, who stars in the clip, even takes on the same blue tuxedo-style outfit worn by PSY in the promo and leads a group of friends through the famous horse-dancing routine.

Filming for the project began back in November, and the video features several iconic locations including Mission Control Center, Rocket Park, Teague Auditorium and the front of Space Center Houston.

Check out the NASA Student's version of 'Gangnam Style' below:

Meanwhile, PSY has become a worldwide sensation with the original clip, even becoming the most watched man in YouTube history.

The song also won Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2012 earlier this year.

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