With the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, the Lindy Airs Landing was finally complete.
The company has spent the past six months preparing the launch site, testing the Falcon 9 engine and launching the maiden test of its Space Launch System (SLS).
Now, Lindy has a new mission.
The rocket, called the Lindymount, will launch the second of three SLS boosters on a 10-day mission from Cape Canaveral.
The mission will send the first test flight of the vehicle to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in 2021.
The launch site has been set aside for the launch.
The first test launch of the Lindye Launch Vehicle will take place on August 19, 2019, on the afternoon of the 22nd.
This is the launch pad where SpaceX is trying to build a permanent launch facility at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The company is also preparing for the Lindies Landing landing, which is expected to occur on the day after the launch is done.
The Lindys landing will mark the first time SpaceX has launched a Falcon 9 with a crew on board.
“This launch is going to be the most important one in our lifetimes, and we have to be ready for it,” SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell said during the announcement.
According to SpaceX, the launch will use the rocket’s first stage to reach an altitude of about 7,000 meters (30,500 feet) and reach a speed of Mach 1.5.
In preparation for the landing, SpaceX has built a new launch site for the rocket.
SpaceX is aiming for a landing of about 1,000 people at the site.
Lindy Landing will be the company’s fifth launch, with the first two in December and January of 2018.
This mission was the first of the SLS rocket, which was designed to be able to carry humans to and from the International Space Station.
A final flight is slated for May 2021, after which the SES-9 rocket is expected replace SpaceX’s fleet of Falcon 9 rockets.
To learn more about the launch and the launch, read the full story.