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Ariana Grande’s highly anticipated album, thank u, next, is finally here in full, and there’s a lot to discuss, including NASA. 

Mac Miller and Pete Davidson theories are already floating around, and a new music video with a twist ending even dropped. But I, for one, can’t stop thinking about Grande’s new ode to space: “NASA.”

When I first learned a track would be named after the space agency, which Grande loves to follow on social media, I wondered if it’d quite literally be a jam about outer space or simply a cleverly titled song about space between people.

Less than 45-seconds into my first listen, I knew the song was a bop that incorporated references to both outer space and space in relationships. But I was eager to find out if it was a scientifically accurate bop, so I turned to Mashable’s trusty science reporter, Mark Kaufman, for his expert opinion. Read more…

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