NASA’s profitable touchdown of the Perseverance rover on Mars on Thursday got here with a bonus for music lovers: The house company shared a contemporary new tackle David Bowie’s iconic tune “Life on Mars?”
The quilt was carried out final month by British singer/songwriter Yungblud as a part of the “Bowie Celebration” live-stream organized by Mike Garson, Bowie’s longtime keyboardist.
NASA added photos from viewers celebrating the profitable mission:
“Floor management to main Tom, we’re prepared for touchdown,” the house company tweeted.
The tune was becoming, a minimum of in title: Perseverance’s core mission is to seek for indicators of life on the Purple Planet.
Yungblud had enjoyable together with his out-of-this-world look:
“Somebody must slap me so I’ll get up,” he advised the BBC.
For good measure, right here’s Bowie’s iconic unique:
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