The Touchdown celebration dates back to 1965, when New York Giant's recipient Homer Jones caught a 89-yard touchdown pass on the first game of a game and punctured the act by nailing the football at the end zone.
It is according to a 2009 Bleacher Report story, and I think we should stick to it.
Since then, the TD two stage has become one of the premier examples of cultural and artistic expression in the world.
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And, as of Monday, out of this world – thanks to a choreographed ebullience dreamed by San Francisco 49ers recipients Marquise Goodwin and Kendrick Bourne.
On Monday, Mars InSight Lander made a safe touch-down (get it?) On the red planet after a trip of 6 million, 300 million miles, 828 million dollars. The last seven minutes of the flight were the most outrageous for the NASA brains that monitored the landing from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. Due to the time to get a transfer from Earth to Mars, they could just sit on their hands and hope.
"We can not control the landing, so we have to rely on the commands we preprogram in spacecraft," explains Rob Grover, InSights EDL (entry, descent and landing) in a statement recently.
We save you the excitement: The landing landed the landing and inspired some of the best and brightest NASA engineers to fit the frenetic association dreamed by Goodwin and Bourne. Have a look:
Here is the real handyman. Compare and contrast your heart content:
P.S .: It was not just NASA that celebrated the Mars Landing.
Ayeee !! ???? @NASA must celebrate great achievements, what better way ??♂️lol ?? https://t.co/oNjKGAMMEz
– Kendrick Bourne Poly (@ BournePoly11) November 27, 2018
I will @NASA every day the rest of my time here ? ? https://t.co/gkx2gF0gT5
– Marquise Goodwin (@marquisegoodwin) November 27, 2018