I first learned of space travel when I was in high school.
The idea of flying from New York to Los Angeles in just a couple of hours wasn’t an outlandish idea, but it was still something I was very interested in.
I never imagined that a few decades later, I would live in space.
Space travel is still the best bet for humans exploring the cosmos, and we have been exploring the stars since we started walking on the moon in 1969.
It’s also the safest way to do so.
The only problem is that we’re still not quite there yet.NASA’s latest exploration of space has been focused on the Red Planet, but our efforts have not yet reached a point where we can get to Mars.
NASA is still working on a new crewed spacecraft, the Orion spacecraft, that will take humans to the red planet.
The new Orion spacecraft is expected to be ready for its maiden flight in 2022.
The crewed flight would be the first to carry humans to Mars in space, and it would also be the final mission for the space shuttle.NASA is also developing a new manned spacecraft called the Transporter, which will be able to transport astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS).
But the Transporters first flight will be in 2020, and the Transmerger spacecraft will follow in 2021.
It will then take over for the shuttle in 2022 and then for the Orion in 2024.
A Transporter is scheduled to be launched in 2022, but the International Launch Services (ILS) is looking for an alternative to launch the capsule.
The company, which is owned by Russian space company Soyuz, has expressed interest in launching a new Soyuz spacecraft as well.NASA and SpaceX are in negotiations to launch two new space shuttles to the ISS.
But there’s no clear winner, according to a report by Bloomberg.
The two companies are still negotiating to win over NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, the program that manages the development and launch of the Orion capsule and Transporter.
The Commercial Crew program is a key element of NASA’s mission to send humans to and from the International Airport in Houston, Texas, where the Orion and Soyuz vehicles will be launched.
The Commercial Crew flight would then take astronauts to their destination.
The International Spacecraft Operations Center (ISSOC) is the space agency’s headquarters for all NASA missions.NASA has been working on an alternate plan to send astronauts to Mars for some time, but its current plans are to launch a space shuttle from Florida and then return astronauts to Earth.
The first crewed mission would launch in 2021, and a second mission would take off in 2022 to Mars orbit.
There are still some technical issues with the new mission.
The ISSOC is currently building the spacecraft to be used for both flights, so the first flight is still under development, and NASA plans to use the first launch as a test flight.
However, there are some major differences between the two missions.
The Orion spacecraft will be using an automated approach, rather than a crewed one.
NASA says the automated approach will make it easier for astronauts to get up close and personal with the spacecraft.NASA wants to use Soyuz capsules to launch astronauts to and fro, so its first flight would take place in 2021 with Soyuz on board.
That would leave open the possibility of a crew launch, although that would take longer.
But Soyuz is currently using the Russian Soyuz rocket for missions to the space station, so a crew mission is not on the table.
The first crew mission would be a Soyuz launch from Florida, but that mission is still on the drawing board.
It would then be flown to the orbiting lab and would be launched into space using the Soyuz rockets.
The capsule would land in the Pacific Ocean and then go to Mars to make its way back to Earth, using Soyuz to do the rest of the work.
The next Soyuz mission would involve two Soyuz flights from the space center.
Both missions would use the Soyuk rocket.
But the Soyuks first flight to the orbital outpost would take a lot longer than the Soyus mission, because the rocket would need to be restarted several times.
Soyuz also has a launch window in 2021 and 2022, which would allow it to land on the ground, but SpaceX says it will not have a launch deadline in 2021 or 2022.
The company is still looking at the possibility for an autonomous mission, but there are no guarantees that it would happen.
And it’s unclear whether NASA will allow a crew flight on the Soyuuks first mission.NASA isn’t the only one looking to launch its first spacecraft to the Red Sea in 2021 as part of the International Transfer of Humans.
Boeing is also working on two flights to the coast of the Red Ocean, and SpaceX has a similar launch planned for 2021.
Both of these flights would be manned missions, although Boeing’s mission is likely to be a crew-only mission.
It is unclear how the missions would differ from the Soyurks first trip to the