On this holiday season, we’re offering a few things for space fans.
Here are our top picks for the best space gifts for your loved ones: SpaceX landing: $2,200 for the company’s Falcon 9 rocket, which will land on the Moon and carry a pair of astronauts on a two-month test flight.
It’s designed to test the company has mastered landing on the moon.
A total of seven astronauts are scheduled to land on Mars.
The company plans to send up to three astronauts to Mars this year, but that’s just the beginning.
A full-scale mission to Mars is planned for 2021.
SpaceX’s first manned mission to the moon, a test flight in January 2018, lasted just one day.
But it demonstrated that the company can deliver cargo and people safely to the surface of the moon in a low-Earth orbit.
NASA says the lunar lander is one of the first in its class to carry astronauts to the lunar surface.
Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or SpaceX, also plans to launch a robotic spacecraft on a test mission to land a robot on the surface next year.
It would be the first such mission to send people to Mars.
NASA is developing a robotic space capsule called Orion, which is supposed to carry people to the Red Planet by 2022.
Orion has no landing capability at this point, but it’s designed with a robotic arm designed to help astronauts perform tasks like moving supplies and assembling supplies.
NASA also has a robot spacecraft called Robonaut, which was supposed to launch to Mars in 2022.
Robonauts are supposed to fly to the International Space Station and collect samples for future human missions to the planet.
NASA wants to send astronauts to an asteroid belt and possibly even land on asteroids.
NASA and SpaceX are also working on a reusable launch vehicle, called Space Launch System, which NASA says could fly astronauts to destinations such as Mars, Jupiter and Saturn in about 20 years.
SpaceX plans to begin construction on a launch vehicle called the Falcon Heavy rocket in 2018.
It will carry five people on a mission to launch the company and eventually to the space station.
This is the company that will be building the rockets that will send humans to the Moon, and it has already launched six missions to Mars, including a resupply mission in 2015.
Space X is also developing a reusable rocket called Falcon Heavy, which it is also building.
The Falcon Heavy is intended to launch astronauts to and from the International Spaceport in Houston.
This launch vehicle has a range of more than 1,100 miles, and SpaceX is developing new engines that will increase the rocket’s range.
NASA has also funded SpaceX’s plans for an unmanned spacecraft called Dragon.
Dragon is designed to ferry astronauts to a commercial spaceport in Florida, where the company hopes to start construction of its facility.
NASA hopes to send crewed missions to space by 2021.