The first mission from the Apollo 10 mission that made a splash of the space program’s Apollo program has made a big splash in NASA history.
The Apollo 11 spacecraft made its way to orbit aboard the Apollo 11 Lunar Module.
After an eight-year wait, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft, or LRO, made it to the Moon in 1969 and has been circling the lunar surface ever since.
It was one of the first spacecrafts to touch down on the lunar surfaces of both the Earth and Moon.
The spacecraft has been orbiting the Moon and its moons since, and NASA recently launched a spacecraft called LRO-E, which is intended to send a small lunar lander to the surface of the Moon.
“The spacecraft is in the best shape of its life,” said Bill Gerstenmaier, NASA administrator.
“It’s not just going to be a bunch of hardware to carry it to a place on the Moon.”
The Apollo spacecraft launched on November 15, 1969.
NASA says it will be about three years before the LRO spacecraft makes it to orbit again.
The last flight of the LEO spacecraft took place in 2012, but it was not the first to land on the moon.
In the meantime, NASA has been studying the lunar landscape to make sure it is safe for future astronauts.
NASA will have to send its LRO to the moon for two missions, one in 2024 and another in 2026, before NASA decides what to do with it.NASA will spend up to $7.5 billion to conduct LRO operations in the 2021 fiscal year, and another $2.4 billion in 2027.
That’s up from the $4.6 billion in 2021.
The agency has also been planning for a future mission, called LEO-S, that will send astronauts to the lunar landers, which are about the size of a large suitcase.NASA is still looking at other missions.
It will send a spacecraft to Mars in 2021, but that mission is in its earliest stages.
NASA plans to send humans to the asteroid belt in the 2030s, but the asteroid is not a target for human exploration.
NASA is also looking at sending humans to a moonscape in the 2020s, and the agency is currently working on a mission to Mars called Mars 2020.
But Gerstenmeier said that in 2021 and 2026 the agency would look at sending astronauts to a small moon, called a geosynchronous transfer orbit, or GTO.
NASA has proposed a mission that would launch in 2024 or 2025 and send a crew to the GTO in 2022.
Gerstenmaiers office said that the agency will also look at the possibility of sending humans back to the Earth in the future.NASA announced its intention to send astronauts back to Mars and a crew back to Earth on March 25, 2019.
The space agency is planning to send people to Mars with the first crew in 2020 and crewed flights in 2021-22.
NASA and other NASA agencies are also considering sending humans into deep space.