Why NASA is launching the next generation of spacecraft

The Next Generation of Spacecraft: NASA is announcing the launch of the first of three CubeSats.

This is the second of three spacecraft that will be launched together in the next year.

This launch will be part of NASA’s next generation Space Exploration Technologies Agency (SpaceX’s next spacecraft) program.

These missions will help us find out more about our solar system and our solar wind.

The spacecrafts will include a “small” CubeSat, the largest one in the world, to carry out scientific research and to test a variety of new technologies.

These CubeSates will also carry a small robotic arm for testing robotic systems and an improved propulsion system.

This will be the first launch for the spacecrafts in 2018, with NASA saying they will also have a small rocket booster. 

The CubeSats will be about 2.5 meters (7 feet) across, with a diameter of 2.2 meters (8 feet).

It will be powered by three liquid hydrogen and two liquid oxygen engines.

These engines are powered by a series of small engines mounted on the outside of the CubeSat.

The CubeSat will carry a probe to investigate the solar wind and a camera to observe it.

The mission is expected to take six months, although NASA has not released the mission schedule.

These will be two missions per year, with the first two being to conduct an orbital maneuver, and the second being to launch a sample return vehicle and perform a series to assess the quality of the sample returned. 

SpaceX is currently testing the small rocket that will launch the CubeSat, and NASA has said that the company is working on getting that booster to orbit.

This booster will also be used to carry the payload for the first time, called the Advanced Technology Vehicle, or AV-1.

This mission will also test the new Dragon spacecraft.

It will carry an infrared camera to study the sun and a solar wind monitor.

The spacecrafts’ payloads will also come in the form of a payload fairing.

This means that they will not be attached to the spacecraft itself, but will be attached via a tether to the side of the spacecraft.

These fairings will be placed on the spacecraft, which will then have its solar panels and solar arrays deployed to form the fairing, which is then attached to an inflatable shell and will remain attached to that.

This structure is designed to protect the spacecraft from extreme conditions on the way to space.

This is a good thing, since the Cubeesats will be carrying lots of scientific payloads, and it will help ensure that NASA is able to continue sending CubeSaters out into space.