SpaceX has just launched a new Falcon 9 rocket and the company is planning to launch a Falcon Heavy rocket by the end of 2018, but its progress is not yet quite on track.
The company announced this week that it had completed a pre-launch test, which indicates the company has a few days left to send a Falcon 9 to orbit.
SpaceX is the only one of the seven Space Exploration Technologies companies that is still developing a reusable rocket.
The test showed that the rocket’s engines are still functioning, so the company should be able to return to the launch pad this month.
SpaceX currently has about 20 vehicles in orbit and is working to improve its Falcon Heavy to 1,250 pounds and eventually 1,500 pounds.
It also has a small launch pad on the coast of California that can accommodate a launch of a Falcon 1.
This is not the first time SpaceX has taken the leap of faith it has made with a Falcon launch, and it will likely be the last.
The Falcon Heavy is SpaceX’s new super-heavy lift rocket, which is designed to lift satellites into low-Earth orbit and return them to Earth.
The rocket, known as Falcon Heavy, is a two-stage rocket that uses a solid rocket booster and a first stage that is powered by two solid rocket boosters.
SpaceX will soon be launching the Falcon Heavy and Falcon Heavy booster together.
Falcon Heavy can launch up to 1.5 metric tons into low Earth orbit and then return to Earth for about $70 million.
The new rocket will provide more fuel for SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft, which will be able carry humans to Mars by 2025.
The Dragon spacecraft will travel in low Earth orbits and will eventually land on the surface of the Moon, which SpaceX hopes to do with the Dragon capsule.
The vehicle that will launch Dragon will be known as Dragon 2, but it will also be called Falcon Heavy.
Dragon 2 will be powered by a solid-rocket booster, which means it will have more thrust than the Falcon 9.
But it is expected to have a smaller diameter and higher drag.
The launch of the Falcon 1 will be a significant milestone in the company’s history, as SpaceX is now the only company that can put humans on the Moon.
SpaceX has already landed several satellites on the moon and has plans to land a spacecraft on the Martian surface.
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy has a launch rate of about one every 30 days, and its launch rate has been increasing every few months.
SpaceX plans to put a crew on the Mars rover mission to the Red Planet in 2021.
The Mars rover, named Curiosity, is the first spacecraft to visit the Red Mars and will also test its landing capabilities.
The landing will be used to help SpaceX figure out how to land on Mars, since the Red planet is so thin and it would take years for Curiosity to reach Mars from Earth.
SpaceX hopes that the landing will help improve its Mars landing plans.
It is also important for SpaceX to demonstrate its Falcon 9 and Falcon 10 rocket to other companies and to make progress in getting its Falcon rocket to space.
Elon Musk, SpaceX’s chief executive officer, told the crowd at the launch that the company could send the Falcon rocket on a return flight in the future, and that it would also test and validate the Falcon rockets to ensure that they work properly.
SpaceX also has plans for a crewed Mars landing mission, which Musk hopes will occur sometime around 2023.
The SpaceX rocket will be the first one of its kind to be launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, a major launch site for NASA’s Space Launch System rocket program.
The base was chosen as the site because of its close proximity to the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the site of the first launch of NASA’s Falcon rocket, in 1998.
SpaceX said it is still deciding how to use the launch site.
The next stage of the company plans to use a booster for the Mars landing, and a crew vehicle to test and certify the rocket for flight.
It will also use the Falcon booster for a rocket to send humans to the surface.