The International Space Station’s lander will be the first robotic lander of its kind to land on Mars.
But it will not be the last.
A moon lander is the next logical step in our quest for Mars, with a moon base a logical next step in the exploration of the Red Planet.
The lunar landers have been a staple of NASA’s missions to Mars, but the agency has also had to deal with some very expensive, long-term contracts to keep them going.
Now, the space agency is poised to start selling its moon landers, at a price tag that could run into the millions of dollars.
In addition to the $100 million cost for the first mission, the moon landings could add $1 billion to the budget for the next moon mission.
That would add about 20 lunar landings in 2020, the most recent date for which data has been available.
But the cost of getting the mission done is expected to grow to $1.5 billion.
That’s not to say that there won’t be problems.
The next two missions are slated for 2020 and 2022.
NASA and its contractors are still working out a few technical details and making sure they will have a solid launch date.
The moon landing is a big step for the agency.
In the 1990s, the first human to land a piece of equipment on the moon was Neil Armstrong.
But that mission came at a cost of more than $5 billion, including a $1-billion contract from the US Air Force.
In contrast, NASA has managed to get its lunar landing program off the ground with just $400 million in the first year alone.
That has to be an accomplishment to be replicated in the coming years.
That said, NASA is not looking to repeat its successes in the near future.
The agency will be relying on its experience in the past, and using that as a foundation for its future missions.
That means there will be some learning to do, even if it is not as costly as the previous two missions.
The Lunar X-Ray Spectrometer (LXRS) The Lunar lander has been the backbone of NASA since it started sending astronauts to the Moon in 1972.
The LUXS instrument was designed to be able to look for signs of water, dust and other signs of contamination on the surface of Mars, and also to detect methane in the Martian atmosphere.
The mission is expected on July 12, 2020, with the LXRS instrument launching from the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
The first lunar landing mission to fly on a rocket is a huge milestone for NASA.
But with the price tag of the next two lunar missions still being hammered out, the agency will likely look to the next step to make the mission worthwhile: the LUXSS instrument.
The spacecraft will measure the gravitational pull on the Moon and its atmosphere to detect any signs of methane, dust or other contaminants that could potentially cause a flare.
If the LXXSS instrument is successful, it could be the end of the road for the previous lunar missions, although the cost could still be in the hundreds of millions of dollar range.
The second mission to launch on a launch vehicle will be in 2021.
The Phoenix-class launch vehicle is the primary vehicle for missions to the moon, Mars and asteroids, and the first to carry a payload of more the size of the Phoenix, with its payload bay that would have to be bigger than the entire Moon.
The launch is scheduled for June 25, 2021, with flight time of more or less two months.
If all goes well, the spacecraft should arrive at the Moon on August 22.
But some problems are likely to emerge.
For one, the L XXSS spacecraft needs to make its way to the lunar surface on the spacecraft.
It will have to make a landing, and land safely on the lunar crater known as Mare Imbrium, and that will be difficult if not impossible if the spacecraft’s landing is delayed.
The space agency has not yet determined whether the spacecraft will have enough fuel to get to the Lunar crater or not.
The final launch date for the L XXXSS mission is November 13, 2021.
It is the second lunar landing, after the previous one in 2024, and it will be NASA’s second manned landing mission, which is also a milestone for the program.
If everything goes as planned, the mission will take about two months to complete.
The last mission to send humans to Mars is expected in 2023.
But if NASA decides to launch a lunar landing vehicle in 2031, the company that makes the spacecraft is not expected to be ready to take the payload on the next mission in 2035.
The company that is going to build the vehicle, SpaceX, is not yet ready to fly a rocket on its own, but its rockets are in the works.
SpaceX, which has not released a schedule for the mission, is also not planning