MUST WATCH - Grace Potter’s new space-themed music video on women of NASA is awe-inspiring!

The video, which was shot at Johnson, features Potter performing her song and highlights NASA women engineers, scientists and astronauts in their workplace.

Updated: Sep 22, 2016, 01:11 AM IST
MUST WATCH - Grace Potter’s new space-themed music video on women of NASA is awe-inspiring!

New Delhi: Singer-songwriter Grace Potter has come up with a new music video featuring some of the amazing women in the history of the American space program.

 

The music video titled ‘Look What We've Become’ was made in collaboration with Johnson Space Center.

The video, which was shot at Johnson, features Potter performing her song and highlights NASA women engineers, scientists and astronauts in their workplace.

“So much of this song is about when you are coming up through any part of your life and you face challenges, there are so many different ways that that can affect you and change the course of your life,” Potter said. “I think that it creates a strength within you if you do make the choice to push onward and say, ‘I know that this might be more difficult than another path. That’s why I want to do it.”

Watch below the “Look What We’ve Become” music video released Monday, September 19!

NASA says its goal of this video is to inspire young women everywhere to plot a course for a career in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and then stay on that trajectory, no matter the challenges, and become a part of something historic.

The video, which highlights the accomplishments of past and present women of NASA, also spotlights the Orion mockup, the space station mock-up, the NASA’s rover-like concept, the Mission Control Center, and many other laboratories and facililties at Johnson.

Also, spotted at the end of the video is ‘Robonaut’ - NASA’s humanoid robot.