We give it two weeks until it's a Fortnite dance.

Last night, after seven months of traveling through space, the NASA InSight mission landed on Mars. InSight signaled to NASA that it had landed safely and even sent a photo of the surface where it landed.

The people working in Mission Control at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory erupted into applause when they heard the good news and NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said of the event:

"Today, we successfully landed on Mars for the eighth time in human history. InSight will study the interior of Mars and will teach us valuable science as we prepare to send astronauts to the Moon and later to Mars. This accomplishment represents the ingenuity of America and our international partners, and it serves as a testament to the dedication and perseverance of our team. The best of NASA is yet to come, and it is coming soon." 

And while people all over the world were excited about the landing, there were no two people more excited than these two NASA employees:

A feat of choreography nearly as impressive as actually landing on Mars.