Deep Space nine, the fictional planet in the fictional series Voyager One, is scheduled to enter its final year of development and launch in 2021, the Space Agency announced Thursday.
The Deep Space mission will be the most advanced in the history of NASA’s deep space exploration program, the agency said in a news release.
The new spacecraft will allow NASA to perform deep-space exploration missions to destinations beyond the solar system, including beyond the moon, and beyond the outer planets.
The spacecraft will have a large payload bay for launching spacecraft, a fully functional flight simulator, and will also be equipped with a dedicated, interactive, interactive console to simulate mission operations.
The console will allow the user to launch spacecraft, land them, and conduct simulations on the ground.
The program will be funded through NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.
The company that developed the Deep Space program, Orbital Sciences, will be a lead contractor on the new vehicle, and the agency is partnering with the European Space Agency (ESA) to ensure that the mission will happen.NASA is also planning to fly a space station-style game console and a game console for the first time on DeepSpace 9, the news release said.
The game console will be based on the Space Station, a spacecraft designed to simulate a mission to Mars and other destinations beyond.NASA’s Deep Space missions have also launched the Voyager spacecraft, the Voyager 1 spacecraft, and Voyager 2 spacecraft.