The American space agency is about to launch its second NASA mission, and the first to orbit the Earth.
But for some of its engineers and engineers from the United States, this mission is not a mission to fly a space shuttle.
Instead, it is a mission dedicated to the Earth and the human race.
NASA has a long history of designing, building and launching rockets that are intended to be reusable, reusable for long periods of time and for low cost.
NASA is the nation’s leading space agency.
In many ways, it has done more to advance our nation’s space program than any other institution in the United Sates history.
Its legacy includes the space shuttle, the Space Launch System rocket that launched astronauts into space, and two space shuttles, Space Launch Complex-41 and Space Launch Systems-6.
Today, NASA’s space efforts continue with the Mars Exploration Rover, a rover intended to send humans to the red planet and explore its surface.
NASA recently announced that the rover will launch from a pad in Louisiana on June 1.
This is the first time that NASA has attempted a launch from the U.S. soil.
The rocket is designed to carry the rover for six months, allowing NASA to test out the technology for future missions.
But it will be a long journey, and NASA is working to get to the destination as soon as possible.
NASA wants to land the rover on Mars and get it ready for science.
This launch is meant to give the agency time to make sure the rocket works properly before sending the spacecraft back to Earth.
This time around, NASA is taking the risk out of the equation.
This rocket is intended to carry astronauts to the Red Planet.
In some ways, the mission is a bit of a gamble.
It will require a large investment, but it could be a huge payoff in the end.
The rockets that NASA will launch for the next mission will be more expensive and more complicated than the ones that were used to launch the shuttle.
But in this case, it means that NASA’s engineers will have to work hard to make the rocket safe and to get it to orbit safely.
NASA says that the rocket will cost about $1.6 billion to build.
That’s a small fraction of what NASA spent on the shuttle and the Falcon 9 rocket that powered the shuttle’s first flight, which launched in May 2003.
The costs are part of a $1 trillion space program that NASA hopes to achieve by the year 2025.
NASA hopes that its first mission will launch in late 2019 or early 2020.
In 2018, it sent two robotic spacecraft to the Moon, and it is planning to send two more to Mars in 2021.
If NASA succeeds in its mission, it will fly its first spacecraft to orbit Mars.
It could also send astronauts to Mars for the first, or maybe second, time in 2021 or 2022.
The first mission of the mission will take place at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
It’s a test of the new technology NASA is developing to send astronauts into orbit.
NASA expects that the spacecraft will carry an instrument called a “space-born sensor.”
The instrument will measure the Earth’s temperature and salinity and be able to measure changes in the Earths magnetic field, to measure its gravitational field, and to send information to Earth in real time about the spacecraft.
The instrument is also expected to help NASA figure out how to safely land the Mars rover on the planet.
If successful, the spacecraft could be used to study the planet in a far more detail than the first mission ever conducted, when NASA launched a lander to the surface of Mars.
In 2021, NASA will use the spacecraft to study an asteroid that could be potentially a candidate for landing on Mars.
But before this mission, NASA also hoped to send a robotic lander called Opportunity to the asteroid Bennu in the 2020s.
This mission will test whether the technology is ready to be used in future missions to send people to Mars.
NASA’s next mission, the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission, is designed for the Mars 2020 rover.
NASA plans to send the spacecraft for about a year on its journey to Mars, collecting samples and making observations.
It is intended that the MAVEN mission will use a relatively simple, inexpensive rocket to send samples to Mars and return them to Earth for analysis.
The goal is to gather a large sample of water ice to determine whether it can form ice on Mars, which is important for the study of water on the surface.
But the MAVES mission is expected to take several years to complete.
In 2019, NASA hopes the rover Curiosity will return samples to Earth and be the first Martian explorer to explore the Red Sea.
This rover is scheduled to be launched in 2021, and will take the samples to the bottom of the Red Desert.
The mission is meant as a follow-up to the Viking mission, which returned Viking instruments from Mars in 1979.
It was the first of several missions to reach Mars. The