Posted April 09, 2020 07:51:00A $1.5 billion effort is in the works to build a new generation of high-speed space probes and spacecraft for the commercial space industry.
The $1 trillion bridge program, which has a long history of success, includes the development of new rocket engines, advanced robotic flight control systems and a new type of space plane, the X-37B space plane.
It also includes the construction of a new spacecraft that will be used to carry humans to the International Space Station and the International LEO outpost in Kazakhstan.
The program’s first test flight will take place in 2018, the U.S. space agency said in a statement.
A second test flight is planned for 2020.
The first test flights of the space plane are planned to take place from a launch pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
A third test flight in 2021 is expected to be at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
The U.s. is investing $5 billion to develop the space craft, including $1bn for the design and development of the spacecraft.
The company said it expects to launch the spacecraft and the first crewed test flight of the X and L programs in 2021.
The X-3 and X-4 vehicles will fly from the Vandenberg site and are expected to arrive at their destinations in 2022 and 2024.
The X-5 vehicle will be launched from Vandenberg and be launched on an uncrewed Orbital Sciences Antares rocket in 2024.
The spacecraft and crew are scheduled to arrive in lunar orbit in 2027 and orbit the moon in 2029.
The spacecraft and spacecraft components will arrive at lunar orbit by 2025.
The mission and crew of the lunar probe, X-19, is slated to arrive by 2025, but NASA said it would have to wait for the X mission to be fully completed before sending astronauts on a lunar mission.
The lunar spacecraft will be designed to be able to land on the moon and take samples, and the astronauts will then take samples back to Earth.NASA’s Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft are scheduled for launch in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
The Orion spacecraft is slated for launch on a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket in 2021 and 2021.
The Atlas 5 will also launch a mission to the Moon in 2024, but the mission will be delayed until 2026.
The Space Launch Systems is an engine that provides the thrust needed to propel spacecraft and astronauts into orbit.
It is powered by a pair of turbopumps.