On August 6th, 2012, NASA’s Curiosity Rover landed on Mars after a 352 million mile journey. The 2.5 billion dollar mission will help determine whether Mars has ever been capable of supporting life and will also study the geology and climate by collecting samples of rock, soil and air. Two-thirds of missions destined for the red planet have previously failed, which makes this successful journey that began two years ago even more exciting. This week on BTR Pulse, we ask people their thoughts on this latest space exploration.
Featured song: “Void” by Seekae
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Sanya N'Kanta is a Jamaican-born musician currently based in Charlotte, NC who writes, performs, and produces songs with a wide range of musical influences and styles. Here, he shares an exclusive, stripped-down performance of a song from his new EP. These Are The Days will be released February… | watch