A new NASA mission has offered a better answer than most of the ones that have been proposed to date: track dragon spacecraft.
The NASA-funded mission will fly by two of the two planets in the solar system for the first time, tracking the trajectory of the Dragon spacecraft in the 2030s and 2020s, according to NASA.
Dragon was designed to track asteroids and comets, and was developed by SpaceX and its partners, including Boeing and Lockheed Martin.
The spacecraft will fly at a range of speeds between 7 and 20 miles per hour.
NASA said the spacecraft will be able to collect enough data to allow scientists to better understand the planet and its atmosphere.
The mission will last for five years.
NASA said the Dragon mission is the first of its kind in space and will allow it to provide a much better understanding of Earth.
“Our mission will provide the best possible view of the planet that has ever been attempted in space, allowing us to better prepare the human community for the harsh environment of space,” said Robert Lightfoot, program manager for the Planetary Science Division of NASA Headquarters in Washington.
The Dragon spacecraft was designed as a low-cost, fast, and cheap way to study Earth’s atmosphere and climate.
The spacecraft will orbit Earth in a circular orbit for about three months and then move closer to the sun.NASA said it plans to send another Dragon spacecraft to the planet in 2021.
NASA hopes to fly the spacecraft to Mars, and then return the spacecraft there in 2022.NASA has already sent two Dragon spacecraft into space.
In September 2020, NASA’s Orion spacecraft launched to the moon from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
NASA also sent a Dragon spacecraft from the International Space Station in November 2020.