My “Why Go Up There” Re:mix…

My “Why Go Up There” SpaceX Video Remix

Grab your spacesuit and buckle up,

because we’re about to blast off on

an exciting journey to the stars!

The date – February 6th, 2018. The place – Cape Canaveral, Florida. The event – SpaceX’s first test launch of the epic Falcon Heavy rocket. I watched with bated breath as the engines ignited and the rocket took to the skies. My heart pounded as the boosters separated and returned to land smoothly back on Earth. Then the second stage soared higher into orbit, carrying SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s shiny red Tesla Roadster with the mannequin “Starman” at the wheel.

It was a picture-perfect launch, defying the odds and exceeding expectations. As the Roadster drifted alone through the cosmos with the Earth spinning magnificently behind it, I was filled with wonder and optimism about the future SpaceX is helping create.

This astonishing event deserved an equally epic soundtrack. Luckily, I stumbled upon a relic from the dawn of the space age – a 1960’s album called Singing Science that used catchy tunes to teach kids about the universe. One song in particular, “Why Go Up There,” captured the hopeful spirit of SpaceX’s accomplishment. I couldn’t resist remixing SpaceX’s launch footage with this retro space shanty playing proudly in the background!

Now I can’t stop watching the remixed video, geeking out as the Falcon Heavy launches to the tune of “Why Go Up There.” It’s the perfect marriage of the past dreams and present marvels of space exploration. I hope it inspires you too to reach for the stars!

The cosmos awaits, my fellow space cadets! ūüöÄ

The original video footage of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy test launch is owned and published by SpaceX. The video was uploaded to YouTube on the official SpaceX channel on February 6, 2018. The SpaceX launch footage has been remixed with the “Why Go Up There” song by Dave Goodrich. This remix video constitutes a transformative work for commentary purposes under fair use copyright guidelines.

Author: Dave

LX Designer, entrepreneur & change agent. Immersed in collaborations that improve learning & working environments. Sometimes, I go fishing.

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