I had my doubts about the Orion spacecraft, but now I have them.
I’m excited for the journey ahead.
I am convinced that I am going to meet the same challenges and challenges that I faced when I first began my exploration of the Solar System.
I am also confident that I will meet the Orion crew in the years to come.
It has been a long journey for me and it will be a long trip for the Orion program.
In this space, I am looking forward to exploring a spacecraft that is as much a part of my journey as I am a part and we are going to get to know it together.
The journey is on track to be the most interesting in the history of spaceflight.
“It is the ultimate challenge for the human race.
The first time I stepped on a moon, the first time in space, it was just mind-blowing.
The next time, it will feel as if I have stepped on the Moon,” NASA administrator Charles Bolden said in January.
We will never know the full impact of our exploration of space, but the Orion is an impressive and powerful step forward.
With a mission that begins this summer, we will know more about Orion’s science instruments than we ever have before, which is a good thing.
At the same time, we know that the mission is not a full-fledged mission, but it is a solid foundation for exploration and we will see how it all goes.
But that is just the beginning.
After Orion, we are likely to see the first launches of space stations, spacecraft that are intended to send humans to Mars, and the first crew to visit a space station, which was the first manned mission.
This is a remarkable journey for a spacecraft, and this is a mission we will look forward to for a long time.