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Astronaut's Playlist: 134 Songs About Stars, Planets, and Space

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A Playlist That's Out of This World

Space is often a metaphor for the uncertainty and the unknown. If you love the moon, stars, and space, customize your own playlist of songs that reference the galaxy.

Space is often a metaphor for the uncertainty and the unknown. If you love the moon, stars, and space, customize your own playlist of songs that reference the galaxy.

Celebrate Your Love of Outer Space With a Customized Playlist

You're either fascinated with space or you just don't get what the fuss is all about. After all, people tend to look outward or inward.

If meteors, asteroids, and other galaxies intrigue you and you think rocketry and NASA astronauts are about as cool as rock stars, then this playlist is right up your planetary alley!

We've gathered rock, country, classic, R&B, and reggae favorites that reference all things space. Celebrate your love of the the stars, planets and outer space with a customized song list.

1. "You're A Sky Full of Stars" by Coldplay

The man in this 2014 is falling in love and thus making himself vulnerable. His sweetheart brings light to his world like a sky full of stars.

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2. "Counting Stars" by OneRepublic

The narrator in this catchy 2013 song is tired of pursuing material happiness. Rather, he wants to be more open to life's possibilities, focus on the good things he has going for him, and live more freely. He's counting his stars.

"Space flights are merely an escape, a fleeing away from oneself, because it is easier to go to Mars or to the moon than it is to penetrate one's own being." - Carl Jung, Swiss psychologist

"Space flights are merely an escape, a fleeing away from oneself, because it is easier to go to Mars or to the moon than it is to penetrate one's own being." - Carl Jung, Swiss psychologist

3. "Fly Me to the Moon" by Frank Sinatra

In this 1954 classic, Ole' Blue Eyes is smitten with a woman whose love feels otherworldly:

Fly me to the moon
Let me play among the stars
Let me see what spring is like on
A-Jupiter and Mars.

4. "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" by Train

A Grammy award winner, this 2001 song was inspired by the death of the lead singer's mother. He envisions her returning to him to deliver messages of peace and love:

Now that she's back in the atmosphere
With drops of Jupiter in her hair, hey, hey
She acts like summer and walks like rain
Reminds me that there's time to change, hey, hey.

5. "Lucky Star" by Madonna

In this upbeat dance hit from 1983, Madonna refers to her boyfriend as a star who lights her world up:

You must be my lucky star
'Cause you make the darkness seem so far
And when I'm lost you'll be my guide
I just turn around and you're by my side.

6. "Rocket Man" by Elton John

Who ever thought of being an astronaut as having just another 9-to-5 job? This 1972 hit is a signature song for Elton John. It describes the loneliness of being an astronaut in outer space, separated from those you love.

7. "All of the Stars" by Ed Sheeran

A man is separated by great distance from his sweetheart in this 2014 song, but he sees that the sky full of stars bridges the distance between them. The stars will guide her back to him.

"Astronomy compels the soul to look upward, and leads us from this world to another." - Plato, ancient Greek philosopher

"Astronomy compels the soul to look upward, and leads us from this world to another." - Plato, ancient Greek philosopher

8. "Space Truckin'" by Deep Purple

This 1972 heavy metal song describes what it would be like to be bouncing around the galaxy, visiting far reaches of the solar system, and groovin' with aliens from other planets.

9. "We Are All Made of Stars" by Moby

Despite the differences among people, we have one basic commonality, according to this 2002 song: we're made of the same cosmic ingredients:

People they come together
People they fall apart
No one can stop us now
'Cause we are all made of stars.

"Be humble for you are made of earth.  Be noble for you are made of stars." - Serbian proverb

"Be humble for you are made of earth. Be noble for you are made of stars." - Serbian proverb

10. "Starlight" by Muse

The protagonist in this 2006 alternative rock song imagines that a spaceship is taking him away from everyone he knows and loves. Far away, across "black holes and revelations," he will never let go of the memory of the special woman he loves.

11. "Space Cowboy" by Steve Miller Band

The guy in this 1969 song may have his feet on this rock we call Earth, but his head is somewhere in the clouds. He sounds like he's been sipping rocket fuel or something:

I'm a space cowboy
Bet you weren't ready for that
I'm a space cowboy
I'm sure you know where it's at.

"The Universe, so far as we can observe it, is a wonderful and immense engine; its extent, its order, its beauty, its cruelty, makes it alike impressive." - George Santayana, Spanish philospher

"The Universe, so far as we can observe it, is a wonderful and immense engine; its extent, its order, its beauty, its cruelty, makes it alike impressive." - George Santayana, Spanish philospher

12. "Walking on the Moon" by Cas Haley

This 2008 reggae-inspired remake of The Police classic is catchy and features a man who romantically ponders what moon walking with his beau might be like:

Giant steps are what you take
Walking on the moon
I hope my legs don't break
Walking on the moon
We could walk forever
Walking on the moon
We could live together
Walking on, walking on the moon.

"Every cubic inch of space is a miracle." - Walt Whitman, American poet

"Every cubic inch of space is a miracle." - Walt Whitman, American poet

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13. "The Final Countdown" by Europe

This 1986 song by the Swedish group Europe was a worldwide hit and has since been used at sporting events to energize crowds. The lyrics imagine a spaceflight bound for Venus, on a trip where there's no going back.

Why our space program? Why, indeed, did we trouble to look past the next mountain? Our prime obligation to ourselves is to make the unknown known. We are on a journey to keep an appointment with whatever we are.

— Gene Roddenberry, American television producer

14. "Space Oddity" by David Bowie

Released just days before the launch of Apollo 11 — the shuttle with the first manned moon landing — this 1969 song was David Bowie's first hit, and it became a signature song. The song is about an imaginary astronaut's troubled space trip which leaves him floating helplessly above the Earth and moon.

15. "Stars & Moon" by Breathe Carolina & Shanahan (featuring Haliene)

This 2016 song speaks about a sweet epiphany. A woman acknowledges the depths of her feelings for her sweetheart by telling him that he is everything in the world to her:

You are like a new sunrise
You have opened up my eyes
There's nothing in the world like you
You're my stars and moon.

16. "E.T." by Katy Perry

Katy Perry is in love with a guy who is an alien, a supernatural extraterrestrial from a whole different world. She says that his kiss is cosmic and she wants to follow him to his strange universe. Hmmm. What will her mother say about this one?

17. "Spaceman" by The Killers

This 2008 song involves an alien abduction in which a man is ripped from his bed and subjected to strange tests and procedures. Although the spaceman tries to convince him the experience was all in his mind, he knows it was real.

 "Unknowingly, we plow the dust of stars, blown about us by the wind, and drink the universe in a glass of rain." - Ihab Hassan, Arab American writer

"Unknowingly, we plow the dust of stars, blown about us by the wind, and drink the universe in a glass of rain." - Ihab Hassan, Arab American writer

18. "Andromeda" by Paul Weller

The Andromeda is the nearest major galaxy to the Milky Way. The two galaxies may have collided three billion years ago and could do so again in the future. In this 2010 song, an intergalactic space traveler departs Andromeda for another world yet knows he may die before he gets there.

19. "Bad Moon Rising" by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Named one of Rolling Stone's greatest 500 songs of all time, this 1969 classic has been recorded by more than 20 artists in styles as diverse as psychedelic, folk, and rock. However, CCR, the originators, sung it best. The song is supposed to be about "the apocalypse that was going to be visited upon us."

"Two things inspire me to awe — the starry heavens above and the moral universe within." - Albert Einstein, German-born theoretical physicist

"Two things inspire me to awe — the starry heavens above and the moral universe within." - Albert Einstein, German-born theoretical physicist

20. "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" by Bonnie Tyler

An eclipse occurs when one celestial body (like the sun) obscures the light from another (like the moon). It's a 1983 power ballad about the desperation of love that isn't returned as fully as one would wish:

Once upon a time there was light in my life
But now there's only love in the dark
Nothing I can say
A total eclipse of the heart.

21. "Jupiter Crash" by The Cure

This 1996 song compares love and attraction to planets, stars, and gravity. The analogy is almost poetic.

“And in that moment, I was hit with the realization that this delicate layer of atmosphere is all that protects every living thing on Earth from perishing in the harshness of space.” - Ron Garan, NASA astronaut

“And in that moment, I was hit with the realization that this delicate layer of atmosphere is all that protects every living thing on Earth from perishing in the harshness of space.” - Ron Garan, NASA astronaut

22. "Stars and Planets" by Liz Phair

This catchy 2005 song highlights the importance of paying attention to the value of what makes us all unique:

Stars rise and the stars fall
But the ones that shine the brightest aren't stars at all
They're the planets just like us and from big to small
We all shine, shine, shine, we all shine.

23. "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)" by Muse

Well, this is a super dramatic to say that your love is everlasting. The 2010 song was featured as a part of the official song track for the movie, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. And since vampires live so long, it's a fitting analogy.

Space Debris: We're Littering Outer Space

Did you know that there are more than 22,000 items in outer space that are larger than a softball? These pieces of junk include:

  • dead batteries
  • garbage from human missions
  • upper stages of launch vehicles
  • disabled spacecraft and
  • solid rocket motor waste.

And there are millions of other fragments even smaller! These objects travel primarily in high orbit at speeds up to 22,000 mph and could pose a significant future risk to space travel.1

24. "Space Junk" by DEVO

A guy laments the problem of space debris in this 1978 song. Space junk took a personal toll when a piece entered Earth's orbit and crashed into his best girl, Sally. Walking down the street, she was flattened. The poor girl never saw it coming.

25. "Life on the Moon" by David Cook

Life on the moon isn't all it's cracked up to be, according to the protagonist in this 2008 song. He feels alone in the crowd of others who are colonizing the moon. The poor guy just wants to go home because he misses his sweetheart back on Earth.

Even More Songs About Stars, Planets and Space

Is there a space-related song that should be on our list? Make a suggestion in the Comments Section below.

SongArtistYear Released

26. Virginia Moon

Foo Fighters

2005

27. Circles Around the Sun

Dispatch

2012

28. Gemini

Alabama Shakes

2015

29. Blue Moon

The Marcels

1961

30. Man On Mars

Kaiser Chiefs

2011

31. Mars Attacks

Misfits

1997

32. Been to the Moon

Corinne Bailey Rae

2016

33. Look...The Sun Is Rising

The Flaming Lips

2013

34. Aquarius (Let the Sun Shine In)

The 5th Dimension

1969

35. Starlight

Taylor Swift

2012

36. Angels on the Moon

Thriving Ivory

2006

37. There's a Moon in the Sky

The B-52's

1979

38. Supersonic Rocket Ship

The Kinks

1972

39. Man on the Moon

R.E.M.

1992

40. Rocket

Def Leppard

1987

41. First Kiss on Mars

Stone Temple Pilots

2010

42. To the Moon and Back

Dolly Parton

2012

43. Star Trekkin'

The Firm

1987

44. Shining Star

Earth, Wind & Fire

1975

45. Across the Universe

The Beatles

1968

46. Supermassive Black Hole

Muse

2006

47. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Jewel

2009

48. There's A Star For Everyone

Aretha Franklin

1981

49. Stellar

Incubus

2000

50. American Flag on the Moon

Brad Paisley

2014

51. When You Wish Upon A Star

Cliff Edwards

1940

52. Another Star

Stevie Wonder

1977

53. Saturn

Stevie Wonder

1976

54. Comet, Come to Me

Me'Shell Ndegéocello

2014

55. Approaching Pavonis Mons By Balloon (Utopia Planitia)

The Flaming Lips

2002

56. Black Sun

Death Cab for Cutie

2015

57. Jupiter

The Futureheads

2016

58. Full Moon and Empty Arms

Frank Sinatra

1965

59. Here To Mars

Coheed and Cambria

2015

60. Crescent Moon

KT Tunstall

2013

61. Intergalactic

Beastie Boys

1998

62. Blue Moon

Beck

2014

63. Shame on the Moon

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band

1982

64. Let in the Sun

Take That

2014

64. Everyone's Gone To The Moon

Jonathan King

1997

65. Eclipse

Pink Floyd

1973

66. Look For a Star

Gary Mills

1992

67. The Whole Of The Moon

The Waterboys

1985

68. New Moon Rising

Wolfmother

2009

69. Old Yellow Moon

Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell

2013

70. New Constellation

Toad the Wet Sprocket

2013

71. Orion

These New Puritans

2010

72. Pink Moon

Nick Drake

1972

73. Planet A

The Devil Wears Prada

2015

74. Pluto

Clare & the Reasons

2007

75. Swinging On A Star

Bing Crosby

1945

76. Two Planets

Bat for Lashes

2009

77. Saturn's Pattern

Paul Weller

2015

78. Venus

Air

2004

79. Towards the Sun

Rihanna

2015

80. Watch The Sun Come Out Tonight

Filter

2013

81. The Moon Song

Karen O

2015

82. Sail To The Moon

Radiohead

2003

83. Under The Milky Way

The Church

1988

84. Stars

Switchfoot

2005

85. Stars

Mark Owen

2013

86. Sirens Of Titan

Al Stewart

1975

87. To The Moon And Back

Savage Garden

1997

88. Yellow Moon

Pearl Jam

2013

89. Sister Moon

Sting

1987

90. Sun Goes Down

David Guetta

2014

91. Space Travel Is Boring

Modest Mouse

1996

92. Pluto

2 Skinnee J’s

1998

93. Someone Else's Star

Bryan White

1994

94. Searching for Satellites

Wishbone Ash

2011

95. Sun

Belinda Carlisle

2013

96. You Are The Moon

The Hush Sound

2006

97. Shining Star

Manhattans

1980

98. Shooting The Moon

OK Go

2009

99. Here Comes the Sun

George Harrison

1969

100. Higher Place

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

2015

101. Planet Claire

The B52's

1979

102. Bright

Echosmith

2013

103. Lost Stars

Maroon 5

2014

104. Bella Luna

Jason Mraz

2005

105. Galaxy

Jason Mraz

2006

106. 93 Million Miles

Jason Mraz

2012

107. Cosmic Love

Florence & The Machine

2008

108. Hundred Million Miles from Home

Styx

2017

109. Mission to Mars

Styx

2017

110. Radio Silence

Styx

2017

111. '39

Queen

1975

112. Major Tom

Shiny Toy Guns

1983

113. Star

Erasure

1989

114. Wandering Star

Portishead

1994

115. Black Hole Sun

Soundgarden

1997

116. Blue Moon of Kentucky

Elvis Presley

1959

117. Moondance

Van Morrison

1970

118. Starman

David Bowie

1972

119. I'll Follow the Sun

The Beatles

1964

120. Good Morning Starshine

Oliver

1969

121. Teenage Satelittes

Blink-182

2016

122. Another Night on Mars

The Maine

2015

123. Dancing in the Moonlight

King Harvest

1972

124. Balloons of Mars

T. Rex

1972

125. Sun

Sleeping At Last

2013

126. Field of Mars

The Church

1982

127. Stargazing

Kygo (featuring Justin Jesso)

2017

128. Lavendar

Two Door Cinema Club

2016

129. Out of Space

The Prodigy

1992

130. The Sky is a Neighborhood

Foo Fighters

2017

131. Constellations

Oh Hellos

2017

132. I'm Wishing on a Star

Rose Royce

1978

133. You Are My Starship

Norman Connors

1976

134. Meteor Showers

Cavetown

2015

Earth:  home, sweet home.

Earth: home, sweet home.

Notes

1Zenko, Micah. "A Code of Conduct for Outer Space." Council on Foreign Relations. Last modified November 2011. http://www.cfr.org/space/code-conduct-outer-space/p26556.

Questions & Answers

Question: I'm trying to find a song about a couple who had their space call interrupted by the operator. Can you help?

Answer: Yes, the song you want is called, "Clouds Across the Moon" (1985) by RAH Band. Here is a link to the YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jL8AgEzg5fI.

Question: I'm trying to find a song related to the deep space for a dance competition. Can you help?

Answer: If you can't find one on the playlist of songs about stars, planets, and space, you might try: "Deep Space" by Eisley (2012) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcnLVgS2zz0. If that is not something you want to dance to in your competition, then try looking on a lyrics search engine such as azlyrics.com.

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Comments

ATVBro on December 16, 2019:

I'm Wishing On A Star - Rose Royce; You Are My Starship - Nornman Conner; Stardust - Aaron Neville

The Psychopathaway on October 06, 2019:

Orion by Metallica

skyboy on August 20, 2019:

"Galaxies" by Laura Veirs.

Andromeda on July 31, 2019:

The song “Constellations” by the Oh Hellos does not appear to be on the list.

Cmore on June 07, 2018:

Okay Duran Duran has at least three songs that have more play then half this list, plant earth, faster than light and new moon on Monday

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on April 22, 2018:

Anneliese Coeopy - Thanks for the song suggestion!

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on April 22, 2018:

Thay - Thanks for that song suggestion! I've added it as #130. Have a great week.

Anneliese Coleopy on April 21, 2018:

All The stars by Kendrick Lamar

Thay on April 18, 2018:

The Sky is a Neighborhood by Foo Fighters

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on April 14, 2018:

Vossey - Thanks for the suggestions. I've added "Out of Space." David Bowie's classic is already on the list, and the other is in German apparently so I left that off the list. I appreciate you. Have a wonderful week ahead.

Vossey on April 06, 2018:

The Prodigy - Out of Space

David Bowie - Space Oddity

Andreas Dorau - Fred vom Jupiter

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on April 02, 2018:

Ash - Planets, gravity, cosmic radiation, magnetic energy ... I totally get it! Well done, my friend, on this suggestion! Adding it!

Ash on March 28, 2018:

Lavender - Two Door Cinema Club

It's not obvious at first, but it includes space in it's lyrics!

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on March 25, 2018:

Jinx - Thank you for the suggestion! Adding it! Have a great week!

Jinx on March 24, 2018:

Stargazing.

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on March 16, 2018:

CRN - Thanks for the song suggestion. You’ve given me an idea for a different playlist and I will include this song on it.

CRN on March 14, 2018:

Shooting Star by Bad Company

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on February 25, 2018:

Karin M - This song is now #126. Thank you for the suggestion! Have a great week.

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on February 25, 2018:

Den - Hey, we'll take cheesy. It fits and a LOT of people like it! Adding it! Thanks for your suggestion.

Den on February 25, 2018:

Bright by Echosmith. Kinda cheesy, but fits with the astronomy motif!

Karin M on February 21, 2018:

I see that you included a song by The Church on this list ("Under the Milky Way"). But an even better song by them that I feel should be on this list--is "Field of Mars" from the album The Blurred Crusade. It is a gorgeous and haunting song about love lost--appropriately enough, on Mars. It includes an achingly beautiful refrain "And I call her name, but she never ever hears. Still I call, again, through the cruelty of the years. Oh my love, she's so far away. Oh my love, she's so far away. Ahh, Field of Mars..''

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on September 17, 2017:

Panda - I hadn't heard of this group but listened to a sample (Sun) and really enjoyed it. I added "Sun" at #125. People often read comments if they're interested in a topic so I'm sure the song will prove to be a gateway to the rest of album. Wonderful suggestion here. Thanks.

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on September 17, 2017:

Ron - Thanks for the suggestion. It's added now at #124. Have a great day!

Panda on September 15, 2017:

Hey!! You should really add Sleeping at last's EPs "Atlas: Space 1" and "Atlas: Space 2", all 11 songs inspired on the solar system having names such as "Sun", "Mercury", "Venus"... etc.

ron on September 14, 2017:

ballrooms of mars T rex

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on August 29, 2017:

Lil - Thank you for the suggestions. I have added a couple of them. All the best to you!

Lil on August 28, 2017:

teenage satellites - blink 182

satellite - all time low

star shootin' - little people (not really a space song because there aren't any lyrics but I thought I would include it anyway)

another night on mars - the maine

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on August 25, 2017:

Melissa Bell - I've added both. Thanks again.

Melissa Bell on August 17, 2017:

Awesome!!! I'm SO glad you added some of my suggestions!!! I have another one for you : I'll follow the sun by The Beatles, and Good Morning Starshine, by Oliver

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on August 15, 2017:

ECM - You're quite the musical library with these suggestions. I'm not exactly young (but will never be old either), but you've ... um ... eclipsed me ... with these songs. Kudos to you, my friend. Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. Even when we don't add songs, people often read the comments. THANKS. Have

ECM on August 13, 2017:

One of my favorite "Space" songs is the humourous "Galaxy Song" by Eric Idle of the British comedy group Monty Python. Another one I like is the trippy song "The Best Way to Travel" by The Moody Blues. Another I think is pretty cool is "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft". It's by a not-very-famous Canadian band called Klaatu (I like their version) and was covered by the Carpenters. So, dear moderater, if you aren't familiar with any of these three you are in for a real treat!

PS Have you heard "Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of the Worlds"?

One more thing to add. What is the first space-related song you or I or anyone reading this ever heard in our lives? Wait! Think! Got it? (Hint: it has the same melody as "Baa Baa Black Sheep".)

Thanks for your list. There are a bunch I don't know. I will (in time) check them all out.

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on August 12, 2017:

Melissa Bell - Thanks again for submitting these songs. I have included some of them on the playlist. Have a great weekend!

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on August 12, 2017:

Melissa - Thanks so much for these additions. The first was on there by another artist but I added the SoundGarden song. You're terrific!

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on August 12, 2017:

CarrieLiz - A big high five to you for these suggestions. Spinditty's playlists rock because of readers like you making terrific adds!

Melissa Bell on August 10, 2017:

Songs about sun moon and stars: Everyone's Gone to the Moon, The Vouges, Black Hole Sun SoundGarden.

Melissa Bell on August 10, 2017:

songs for the sun moon and stars: Such A night, Blue Moon of Kentucky,and Blue Moon by Elvis Presley, Dark side of the Moon by Pink Floyd,Venus and Mars by Paul McCartney, And I Love Her by the Beatles, Woman by John Lennon, Moondance by Van Morrison,Starman by David Bowie

CarrieLiz on August 07, 2017:

Lost in Space-Aimee Mann

Major Tom-Peter Schilling or Shiny Toy Guns

Star-Erasure

Wandering Star-Portishead

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on July 28, 2017:

LiftOff - Thanks for stopping by and making these suggestions!

LiftOff on July 22, 2017:

Lift Off from Watch the Throne (Jay-Z/Kanye West/Beyonce)

-- Space by Dizzee Rascal

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on July 11, 2017:

Lisha - Great additions! You really know your Jason Mraz. Thanks for the suggestions!

Lisha on July 03, 2017:

Jason Mraz - Bella Luna, Galaxy, 93 Million Miles

Florence & The Machine - Cosmic Love

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on July 03, 2017:

Steph - Excellent additions. Thanks so much for your contributions. They are now on the list!

Steph on June 27, 2017:

Bright by Echosmith

...maybe Lost Stars by Maroon 5?

Markus on April 08, 2017:

I am actually looking for a song about a women who leaves a message over radio to her beloved one in space ... must be from the end of the nineties???

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on March 17, 2017:

Daniel - Thank you. It just became 101.

Daniel on March 15, 2017:

Planet Claire by the B-52s.

Governor's Academy for Engineering Studies (author) from Virginia on July 13, 2016:

Thanks, Ashleigh!

Ashleigh on July 11, 2016:

I love it.