The Broom Challenge is back.

People across social media are citing NASA as saying something about special gravitational forces being at work and posting videos of their brooms standing up on their own. Spoiler: That's not the case.

Everyone from celebrities like Future to sports teams like the Milwaukee Bucks got in on the fun.

While many had success with getting their brooms to stand, others not so much.

Others thought outside the box and decided to use objects other than brooms.

Despite talk of the Earth’s rotation achieving some sort of balance on a certain day, there's another explanation for why and how people's brooms (or chicken wings) are able to stand up on their own. Betsy Kling, Chief Meteorologist at 3News, said that it was all about balance. "People think it’s special because at what other point in your life would you stop and try to balance a broom," Kling said. Back in 2012, Wired published a story about the challenge and refuted claims that it had something to do with the Earth's position. Ahmad Bajjey of NBC 25's Mid-Michigan NOW also took to Facebook to clear up the misconceptions about it all by posting a video explainer, which you can check out below.