NASA Astronaut is the first Person To Record A Music Video In Space.

By collaboration with Gord Sinclair, who is bassist in the Canadian rock band ‘The Tragically Hip’, Feustel has recorded the song, ‘All Around the World’. Feustel and Sinclair are good friends.

Even before you have a look at the video, you will find it extremely beautiful as NASA’s astronaut Andrew Feustel recorded it during his ISS journey. With a guitar in hand, sitting in front of an ISS’ observation window, Feustel recorded a melodious music video.

The song describes everything about astronaut’s experience on the ISS. The lines “the world goes fast as we float slow”, “we look down to see the sky”, and “the stars above the Earth below” give a glimpse of his space journey.

Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut had some knowledge of recording a music video in space. In 2014, he presented an ISS version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity. Hadfield shared his thoughts about Feustel’s melodious space music video on Twitter.

With Soyuz spacecraft, Feustel will return to the Earth on Thursday along with his crewmates Oleg Artemyev of Roscosmos (Russian Space Agency) and Arnold of NASA.

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