The US space agency’s first commercial satellite, SpaceShipOne, is in orbit.
Now the company is back on track.
But its mission was far from over.
The space agency, which also operates NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, has been developing and flying a series of spacecraft and rockets since late 2016, launching two more spacecraft and launching more than 50 rockets in total since that time.
Its missions have included sending communications satellites to a wide range of locations around the globe, including the International Space Station and deep-space missions to asteroids.
Its main competitor is the French space agency CNES, which launched its own spacecraft and rocket in 2016 and 2017.
That mission launched the Eutelsat 6 satellite, a communication relay satellite for Europe.
In 2018, NASA also launched the Global Positioning System (GPS) spacecraft, a constellation of satellites that allows navigation for the US and European navies.
The GPS spacecraft was part of the NASA/ESA Deep Space Gateway program.NASA’s Commercial Crew program has launched six spacecraft and launched a further five, and the agency is planning to launch a spacecraft later this year.
But the company’s launch schedule is being pushed back, and NASA has recently said it would not fly a crewed mission until 2019.
A new space shuttleA new NASA space shuttle, Space Launch System-X, will begin flying later this decade.
It is designed to lift heavy payloads to orbit and land on a runway, and it will also launch astronauts.
The vehicle is designed for a mission of six or more astronauts.
The first flight will take place in 2020, but the shuttle will be reused.
NASA is expected to use the vehicle for two missions, including an operational mission in 2021 and a space station mission in 2022.
The agency has said that the first flight of the shuttle could be in 2021 or 2022, although that has not yet been confirmed.
NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services, or Crews, program is also expected to carry astronauts to and from the International Airport in Houston, Texas.
The Commercial Crew Program is intended to fly humans to the International Air Transport System (IATA) in 2019.
The goal is to put a crew aboard the first of the space shuttle’s cargo missions, which could take place between 2021 and 2023.
The Space Launch Vehicle-XL, also known as the Falcon 9, will launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
NASA said it is developing a new rocket engine for the rocket, and a new crew vehicle that would be able to launch astronauts into space in 2021.
The new vehicle is not expected to be ready for flight until 2023 or 2022.
A rocket with a rocket engineThe Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX) has been building its own rocket engine, called a cryogenic upper stage, since early 2017.
The company is currently building a new engine for that engine.
The engine will provide the engine with the thrust needed to power the first launch of a new generation of rockets.
The rocket is expected in 2018.
NASA plans to launch the first payload of the new engine in 2019, and is targeting launch to the Space Launch Complex 4 (SLC-4) in Cape Canaveral, Florida, by 2020.
A second launchThe company is planning a second launch of its Dragon capsule for the Space Exploration Science and Technology (Space X) company in 2021, but that mission has been delayed.
The next flight of Dragon will take off on a SpaceX rocket from Vandenburg Air Force Station in California in 2021 at 6:42pm ET.
The Dragon capsule is being built by SpaceX and will carry three crew members.
The capsule is designed with an engine designed to carry two crew members, which are to travel on a Falcon 9 rocket.
The crew will have a space suit and helmet that will protect them during the launch.
NASA expects that the Dragon capsule will fly in 2021 for a landing on the sea bed near Florida, at which point it will return to Earth.
A test flightThe Space X Falcon 9 booster is being tested on an assembly line in Florida in 2018 and will be launched on the same launch pad in 2021 as the Dragon mission.
The Falcon 9 was the first rocket to fly in orbit, launching a mission to the Moon in 1972.
It’s designed to return astronauts to Earth safely.
It was also the first reusable rocket, which means it can be reused for up to eight missions.
The Falcon 9 is being developed by SpaceX, the same company that is developing the Space X rocket.