Marquise Goodwin and Kendrick Bourne's dance moves are out of this world. Literally.
After traveling seven months in space, NASA's InSight, a robotic lander designed to study the deep interior of planets, successfully landed on Mars on Monday.
Entry Decent and Landing System engineers Brooke and Gene celebrated InSight's landing at mission control at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., by recreating Goodwin and Bourne's Week 3 touchdown celebration against the Kansas City Chiefs. After Jimmy Garoppolo found a wide open Goodwin for a walk in touchdown, Bourne came over to find his teammate and executed an elaborate handshake.
The viral video shows the NASA engineers recreate the same series of intricate moves as the entire control room erupted into a mass celebration.
"We started practicing it and breaking down the film about five or six weeks ago," Gene said. "I had to film it in slow motion so we could watch it and break it down.
"(Goodwin) does it way better than we did it."
Check out Brooke and Gene's rendition of the handshake, as well as Bourne and Goodwin's reactions to finding out their creativity inspired some of the smartest minds in NASA.