The world’s first wind skateboard.
The world’s only wind skateboarding vehicle.
It’s not the first time that a skateboard has been used in space.
In 2016, the Japanese Space Agency successfully launched a wind skateboard into orbit.
NASA has also used wind skateboards in the past.
But in the space age, the wind skate was not a part of NASA’s current plan for future manned missions to the moon.
Instead, NASA is working to develop wind skateable technologies for future space missions, including its space tourism programs.
Wind skate technology is a combination of traditional skateboards and the wind.
The traditional skateboard’s sole is made of steel and the top and bottom of the board are made of a rubber material called carbon fiber.
It’s made from recycled material, which is then sprayed onto the surface of the skateboard and molded into the shape of a skate.
These skateboards are then designed to be able to propel themselves in a windy environment.
The skateboard itself can also be made from a material called composite material.
The composite material allows the skate to be lighter and more maneuverable.
It has been shown to be stronger than steel skateboards, making it more durable than the typical plastic skateboard that NASA has used in its missions to space.
The wind skate is currently a prototype, but the company hopes to commercialize the technology by 2020.