We’re always looking for the next space-based moonwalk.
But how about a moonwalk that takes you into space?
It’s a concept that has been proposed by a couple of groups of people.
The first, the International Space Station Foundation, is proposing to take astronauts into space by 2024, and the second is the Planetary Society.
The idea is to fly people into space on a small, reusable rocket and then land them in a lunar orbit where they can spend up to five years in microgravity.
But that’s just the start of the idea.
The Planetary Society is also working on an orbital lunar module, called the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer, or LADEE, that could launch to and land on the moon before astronauts.
A space-friendly moonwalk for NASA and the militaryThe idea that NASA and other space agencies would use rockets to send humans into space sounds crazy, but it’s possible.
The idea is that NASA would launch a space shuttle in a rocket and land astronauts on the surface of the moon.
It’s also possible that a rocket could use a gravity-fed booster to propel astronauts into orbit.
But if a rocket is launched to the moon, it could be used to launch astronauts to other planets, where they could spend up or down time in micro-gravity.
NASA’s space shuttle, known as the Space Shuttle program, was originally launched in 1990.
It carried six astronauts into outer space for five months.
But the shuttle was not designed to land on another planet.
It was designed to carry astronauts to the International Geophysical Year, which is a celebration of Earth’s geology, climate and the Earth’s magnetic field.
The International Geographical Society, or IGS, has proposed that NASA launch a lunar lander on a space-shuttle rocket, launch a spacecraft that can send humans to other worlds, and then launch an orbital mission to the Moon.
A rocket launch in 2020 NASA has already launched astronauts into deep space by launching its Orion capsule and its Transporter 3 rocket.
But the Orion spacecraft can’t be launched into space for six months.
Instead, NASA is looking at launching astronauts in 2020, 2022 and 2024.
A launch of a moon lander in 2020 The first stage of the Orion capsule could take astronauts to a moon.
This stage could also be used for landing the Orion craft on the lunar surface, or even landing astronauts on another world.
NASA has not yet decided if the first stage would be used as the Orion crew capsule or whether the spacecraft would be designed to fly on a rocket.
The Orion spacecraft would carry the Orion commander, crew and other crew members, as well as supplies for the Orion mission.
A lunar landing would be the first step in launching a spacecraft into space, and it would also be the most efficient way to do it, NASA has said.
It would also avoid the problems that have plagued other manned lunar landings, such as the need to make multiple launches to land astronauts.
But some people have said that it would be a mistake to use a rocket to launch humans into orbit in 2020.
They said that NASA should instead use a reusable rocket, or a modified version of the space shuttle.
“A rocket would only have a single launch to take people to space,” said Bill Anders, who served as NASA’s chief scientist in the early 1990s.
“There’s not much point in putting people on a vehicle that’s only going to take them to a few hundred miles or maybe even less.”
A rocket is much more expensive than a space station.
A space station costs around $4 billion per flight, and a space launch costs about $1 billion per launch.
NASA is also not sure if the lunar landers would be able to return to Earth after a trip to space.
The LADee rocket is a prototype that was built to simulate a manned mission to Mars, and is designed to launch into low Earth orbit, or Low Earth Orbit.
NASA believes that the launch will be more efficient than a shuttle.
But Anders said that a lunar module would also make for a more efficient space station, as astronauts would only need to touch down in Earth orbit once, rather than having to come back again and again to return astronauts to Earth.
The space station is expected to cost around $600 million to build.
And there is a possibility that a space lander could be built for that price, according to Anders.NASA has not set a date for the first lunar landering mission, and its budget for the space station depends on how many missions are planned, said Robert M. Lightfoot, the director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which manages the project.
NASA expects to launch a manned lunar mission in 2020 or 2021.
But no one is sure when that mission will be.
A crewed mission to a lunar moon is also an option.
Astronauts could land on a moon, and send a rover back to Earth with samples, or send a probe to another planet that could then send