The touchdown celebration dates back to 1965, when New York Giants homer Jones scored a 89-yard touchdown in the first game of a game and scored the action by sprinting the game in the end zone.
This is according to a 2009 report from the Bleacher Report, and I think we should continue with this.
Since then, TD two-step has become one of the leading examples of cultural and artistic expression in the world.
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And, starting Monday, out of this world – thanks to some choreographed effervescence imagined by receivers Marquise Goodwin and Kendrick Bourne, of the San Francisco 49ers.
On Monday, Mars InSight Lander made a safe touch-down (understood?) On the red planet after a $ 828 million trip for six months and 300 million miles. The final seven minutes of the flight were the most distressing to the NASA brains that monitored the Jet Propulsion Laboratory landing in Pasadena. Because of the lapse of time to get a transmission from Earth to Mars, they could only sit on their hands and wait.
"We can not take advantage of the landing, so we have to rely on the commands we pre-program on the spacecraft," said Rob Grover, InLight's EDL (landing, descent and landing) leader in a recent statement.
Let's save it from suspense: Lander made the landing, inspiring some of NASA's best and brightest engineers to take over the frenetic joy dreamed of by Goodwin and Bourne. Take a look:
Here is the real hand. Compare and contrast the content of your heart:
Q.: It was not just NASA celebrating landing on Mars.
Ayeee !! (I.e. @NASA have to celebrate great achievements, what better way ??♂️lol ?? https://t.co/oNjKGAMMEz
– Kendrick Bourne Poly (@ BournePoly11) November 27, 2018
I'll @NASA everyday the rest of my time here ? ? https://t.co/gkx2gF0gT5
– Marquesa Goodwin (@marquisegoodwin) November 27, 2018