A $1.6 billion laser-powered space elevator that will enable astronauts to jump from space to the moon and back could soon be launching from the National Air & Space Museum.
The Space Elevator Project is an effort to create a laser-equipped lift system that would allow astronauts to leap from space into the sun and land on the moon.
The $1 billion project is part of the Smithsonian National Air&Space Museum’s ongoing “Space in Your Eyes” exhibition.
The project is led by the Smithsonian Institution, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and NASA.
It is an ambitious mission that aims to launch the space elevator on a rocket, which would launch a rocket and then fire a laser at the launchpad.
The laser would then propel the vehicle onto a runway and land at the Smithsonian.
The project is in its infancy.
The Space Elevators Project is now under development and will launch in 2019.
The new space elevator would be a part of a large expansion of the National Space Museum’s Space in Your Hands exhibit, which is currently a museum exhibit.
In the future, the space elevators will be part of new exhibitions at the National Museum of Natural History.
The museum is also adding an exhibit called “Space Elevators: How They Work” to the National Mall.
The space elevator project is a part a larger effort to improve the space tourism industry, which has struggled with poor customer experiences and high launch costs.
In May, the FAA ordered all U.S. airlines to limit the use of commercial space flights from 2020 to 2024, citing concerns about the safety of passengers and crew.
The Trump administration has been rolling back rules that were passed under the Obama administration to allow for more commercial flights.