A group of teenagers in Idaho are launching a time-capsule into space - complete with Taylor Swift's 1989 album.
18-year-old Erik Finman, along with a team of mostly girls from Rathdrum, Idaho, are the only high school team to win a NASA mission award.
“We are teenagers frustrated by the lack of innovation in space,” Finman said in a statement.
"We wanted to do something to bring back the magic of the Apollo days. We wanted to create a spaceship for everyone."
Finman tweeted out a photo of a signed copy of Taylor Swift's music.
They plan to launch next July, with that goal in mind.
So how will they do it?
According to a press release, the teens will give people a chance to control the spacecraft and interact with it through a virtual reality (VR) cockpit.
But don't worry - if viewing space isn't your thing - there's an "Augmented Reality" game where you can shoot alien invaders attacking Earth.
Not everyone is so excited about the inclusion of Swift's music.
Donors of their Kickstarter campaign will have a chance to control the satellite with special VR headsets - compatible of course with iPhones and Androids.
The July launch will be streamed live with 360-degree video.
(The Sinclair Broadcast Group contributed to this report)
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