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3 September 2012, 07:32 | Updated: 3 September 2012, 07:36
The 'One Thing' stars reveal their ambitions for the next ten years together.
One Direction have apparently confessed that they would like to become the first ever group to sell a single in outer space.
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' stars told The Sun about their future ambitions admitting they want aliens to buy their music.
"I think our goal for ten years down the line should be to sell a single in outer space and be the first band to do so," singer Niall Horan told the publication. "I want aliens to buy our music.
He added: "It is worth a shot and is obtainable."
Band mate Louis Tomlinson continued: "We should speak to that band 30 Seconds To Mars – they could probably help us."
Will.i.am made history last week when he broadcast his new song 'Reach For The Stars' live from the Curiosity rover on Mars.
You can view a picture of One Direction's album cover for second record 'Take Me Home' below:
Meanwhile, the 'One Thing' stars recently confirmed details of their new single 'Live While We're Young' and second album 'Take Me Home'.
The group will also be performing at the MTV Video Music Awards 2012 this week and make a return to the UK on 20th October for a headline slot at the iTunes Festival.