By Andrew O’NeilUpdated July 31, 2018 02:10:17What a new rover is.
That’s the title of the article that SpaceX is showing off at this week’s Mars 2020 launch.
That is the word the company used for the landing pad it used on a Falcon 9 rocket earlier this year.
It’s the same word SpaceX uses for its next launch, the Falcon Heavy rocket.
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy will fly from Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the International Space Station, where it will carry NASA astronauts.
The Falcon Heavy also has the capability to send humans into orbit.
SpaceX will also launch its next rocket, the Delta IV Heavy, in September.
The company will show off a Falcon Heavy in a SpaceX hangar in McGregor, Texas, on Tuesday.
The launch pad is the same one used to launch the Falcon 9 and the Falcon 1 rockets last year.
SpaceX is also building a new facility at McGregor for testing its lander, the Dragon spacecraft.
The new landing site is near the launch pad and at the end of a ramp.
This Falcon Heavy booster has four Merlin 1D engines, which are used for lifting heavy payloads.
The booster was tested at McGregor in 2018 and is expected to be used again in 2021.
SpaceX plans to have a lander land on the surface of Mars and take pictures of the red planet.
Musk says the lander will capture images of the surface and map it.
It will also gather samples of the Martian soil and rock to analyze and study it for minerals and other life forms.
SpaceX also plans to collect data on the Martian atmosphere.
The Falcon Heavy launch is one of the company’s most ambitious missions to date.
SpaceX wants to fly two missions of its Falcon Heavy rockets before its rocket’s engines are fully powered.
SpaceX hopes to send astronauts to Mars in 2020 and in 2022.
The first mission, to send a sample to Mars, is scheduled to launch in 2019.
The second, to take a rover, is set to launch around 2021.