English band One Direction is all set to take the level of their music video to another level with their track ‘Drag me Down’ as they move towards the space. The band recently shot the video in NASA space suits and was shot at the agency’s Johnson Space Centre Houston in Houston.
The video was shot at the NASA T-38 aircraft jets which are used by the astronauts to train for spaceflight. The boys also shot at the NASA WB-57 high altitude research aircraft which is a specialized aircraft that is used for high atmosphere research work.
The fans of the boys got to see the first look of the video in an exclusive TV broadcast on August 21, 2015 on Good Morning America. The video was released as a surprise for the fans. The video is also the first for NASA. Liam Payne was trained inside the replica of the international Space Station replica.
Louis Tomlinson is seen driving a Space Exploration Vehicle, which is a type of vehicle that can be used to explore the surface of planet Mars. The band also filmed at the full scale replica of Orion spacecraft, which is NASA’s development for crewed missions in to the deep space.
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