NASA ex­changes tweets with Ari­ana Grande over her song

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Pop star Ari­ana Grande’s new song NASA has led to an ex­change of tweets be­tween the US space agency and the singer.

“Hey @Ari­anaGrande, we saw ‘NASA’ trend­ing this morn­ing and thought it was about one of our new dis­cov­er­ies. But we re­alised that you might need some space,” NASA tweeted along with an im­age of the cos­mos re­fer­ring to the song on Fri­day.

The pop star retweeted NASA’s post with emo­jis al­most in­stantly.

The song it­self lives up to its name with ref­er­ences to space ex­plo­ration and the cos­mos, web por­tal space.com re­ported.

The lyrics in­clude “It’s like I’m the uni­verse and you be N- A-S-A” along with Neil Arm­strong’s voice in­tones at the be­gin­ning of the song say­ing “That’s one small step for woman, one gi­ant leap for wom­ankind.”

Buzz Aldrin, for­mer astro­naut and co-lan­der on the moon along­side Neil Arm­strong, also retweeted NASA’s post on the song.

“Do you think I’ll make it into one of @Ari­anaGrande songs too!?” he tweeted.

Pre­vi­ously, in sev­eral in­stances, Grande has ex­pressed her in­ter­est to­wards the cos­mos and plan­ets like Jupiter and Nep­tune on Twit­ter, wear­ing NASA’s iconic meat­ball logo on her cloth­ing, the re­port in­formed.

PHOTO: DANNY MOLOSHOK/REUTERS

Singer Ari­ana Grande has pre­vi­ously shown her love for the cos­mos, ex­press­ing her love of Jupiter and Nep­tune on Twit­ter, too

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