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Sure, some musicians decide to launch a new single on YouTube or something, but for will.i.am, it's all about performing on Mars! 

Well, sort of.

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According to The Huffington Post, tomorrow he'll debut his song, "Reach for the Stars," in conjunction with NASA. Essentially this means NASA will blast it through their speakers on the Curiosity rover on Mars! 

At that point, the song will get beamed back to students at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.

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The rocker will be in the lab to announce a collaboration between NASA and his charity, the i.am.angel Foundation, which aims to transform lives through education and opportunity. He launched it in 2009, and it provides assistance to needy students who want to attend college through another one of his programs, the i.am.scholarship.

Now, that's what we call a launch that's out of this world!

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