When it comes to space probes, it’s all about which one gets the job done best.
And NASA has decided to name its next mission the “Space Station Exploration Vehicle (SSEV).”
That name, of course, means something very specific.
For NASA, the mission will be to land a crew on the ISS and, once they’re there, return them to Earth.
It’s a tall order, and it’s been a while since NASA landed a crew.
In fact, NASA hasn’t landed a human on the International Space Station since 2010.
The last space shuttle mission landed a Russian cosmonaut in 2013.
The ISS was originally scheduled to be completed by 2020.
But that timeline has been extended.
The agency is currently targeting a June 2019 launch of a Japanese robotic spacecraft called N1S-1.
If all goes well, that mission will put astronauts on the orbiting lab for a month.
But a launch pad on the moon or even Mars will be a long shot for any crew.
The only place to land on the Moon is the moon’s Gale Crater.
The closest place to a space station is on the surface of Mars.
The Moon’s gravity, however, is weaker than Earth’s.
So NASA has to land the station on Mars to keep astronauts safe.
NASA also plans to land its next human on Mars in 2024.
It plans to use the mission to learn more about the Martian environment.
The mission will consist of three phases: a robotic lander, a rover, and a crewed rover.
The lander will be called the Mars 2020 rover, which will collect samples of the Martian surface for scientists to study.
NASA’s rovers will explore the Red Planet for clues about how the environment was once warm and wet.
The crewed lander is called the Martian Climate and Environment Imager (MCEI).
It’s an instrument that will look for changes in the Martian atmosphere and climate.
It’ll also be able to detect methane emissions from the Martian soil.
Mars 2020 will use two of the Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft, which are currently orbiting Mars.
One of the two spacecraft will also be used for an eventual mission to land humans on the Red Sea.
NASA has planned the missions for 2023.
However, the agency has said that it’s not likely that the mission is going to be launched in time to send humans to Mars.
But the mission could come to fruition.
The Mars 2020 lander mission will fly for three years and send samples back to Earth for analysis.
It will also collect data that will help researchers understand how Mars’ atmosphere is changing.
The rover mission will have four missions planned: two of which are planned to send astronauts to the surface and another two to explore the subsurface environment of Mars and other features.
The third mission, which NASA hopes to send to Mars by 2025, will also use the rover.
That mission will go on a long, slow trek around Mars.
After the lander and rover mission is complete, NASA plans to launch its next unmanned spacecraft.
Called the Mars Exploration Rovers (MERs), they will collect data for a year and then return to Earth to carry out an experiment that will determine if humans can live there for extended periods of time.
NASA hopes that the rovers can live on Mars for years and eventually colonize it.
However and if humans ever set foot on Mars, they won’t be able go there for long.
The rovers could spend a few years studying the surface before being sent back to the Earth for repairs.
NASA wants to send two of its MERs to Mars in 2026.
If the rover goes well and the rover mission goes well as well, then NASA could send a third and final mission to Mars sometime in 2033.
It has said it plans to send both the Mars 2030 and Mars 2020 rovers to Mars, so it has three rovers planned for that mission.
So, if the rove missions are successful, NASA hopes its next humans will be able live on the Martian landscape for the next few years.
But it also wants to do a lot more than that.
The space agency wants to learn about how Mars formed.
And if that’s what humans can do on Mars and the surface itself, then we can expect to see Mars get a little warmer.
But there are some things we don’t know.
NASA doesn’t know what the Martian climate and environment was like in the past.
It also doesn’t really know how it might have changed over time.
There are some indications that Mars was habitable in the distant past.
There is also some evidence that the planet has changed over the past two billion years.
The NASA rovers aren’t going to go into orbit to study the surface.
They’ll be sent to explore what’s underneath the Martian crust.
NASA says the roves will conduct a variety of research and observations in their missions.
For example, they’ll investigate how the Martian air