Musician Will.i.am has made interplanetary history in the first ever planet-to-planet music broadcast.
NASA's Mars rover, Curiosity beamed his new song from the red planet to earth, playing an mp3 file to an audience of NASA engineers and students in California.
Dr John Bridges from the University of Leicester is leading a team of scientists working on project Curoisity.
Going where no humans have gone before the song made its solar system debut after travelling more than 330 million miles.
Singer-songwriter Will.i.am has made interplanetary history in the first ever planet-to-planet music broadcast.
The Curiosity rover which landed on the surface of Mars on Monday has beamed back its first images of the Red Planet.
A scientist from the University of Leicester has led a $2.5 billion mission to land a spacecraft on Mars.