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On August 28, 2012, for the first time in history a recorded song was beamed back to Earth from another planet. Students and special guests gathered at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to hear will.i.am’s “Reach for the Stars” transmitted from the surface of Mars by the Curiosity rover.

We’ve partnered with NASA to inspire students with the limitless possibilities of space exploration. “If it wasn’t for the work of NASA would we have the computers we have today? For us to continue to advance, we need to give the youth of today the STEM skills they need to be the innovators of tomorrow.” — will.i.am

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will.i.am Beams Into TEDxCERN

Earlier today will.i.am participated in TEDxCERN near Geneva, Switzerland on stage virtually via video link, engaging with talented student performers and a student scientist. will.i.am watched as two school choirs jointly performed “Reach For the Stars,” the song he debuted…

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SpaceX Hosts Exciting Tour for i.am College Track Women

SpaceX recently hosted an exciting tour for young women interested in STEM, all from the i.am College Track program in Boyle Heights! The lucky students got an exclusive tour of SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, where the revolutionary aerospace agency…

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“Reach For the Stars (Mars Edition)” Sizzle Reel

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h47kXwM_6dE[/embed] "Reach for the Stars," is about will.i.am's passion for science, technology and space exploration. This video is a behind the scenes look at the creation of the song. For the first time in history, a recorded song has been…

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Will.i.am Song Broadcast By Nasa’s Curiosity From Mars

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7V5gcfp5ieU[/embed] A song by the US musician Will.i.am has become the first piece of music broadcast back to Earth from Mars. "Reach For the Stars" was played back by Nasa's Curiosity rover as part of an educational event, a collaboration…

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