article The last time I saw a rocket launch, it was a spectacular blast off of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
It was a test flight for the Space Launch System rocket.
The rocket was supposed to launch into orbit and send astronauts to Mars.
But that rocket never made it off the ground.
It landed in a watery crater, where it was destroyed.
I can still see it.
It’s been sitting there since.
The same thing happened last year.
The space shuttle Discovery landed on the lunar surface, and I was waiting for the space station to make its final splashdown.
That splashdown, too, was a failure.
But the Space Shuttle was a giant leap forward.
The Space Shuttle is a symbol of the American dream, and we all remember the good times that came with it.
The Shuttle has been a major part of our lives for more than a century, and that’s because of its enormous achievements.
In 1962, the first Space Shuttle launched into space.
It carried NASA’s first human to the Moon, Neil Armstrong, and the first human into space on the Space Station.
The shuttle was the first spacecraft to orbit Earth and the only spacecraft to reach orbit.
That first orbit was accomplished in 1964.
The next shuttle launched in 1977, and it was the last in 1981.
And so it’s been a huge part of the history of mankind.
The Apollo program was a massive program that put us on the path to the moon.
The Challenger and Columbia rockets were the first successful attempts at a manned spaceflight.
But in the early 1980s, things went downhill for the program.
The Soviets, led by Vladimir Putin, invaded the United States.
They bombed the Soviet Union.
And the space shuttle program was the only one of the four manned programs that got a chance to survive.
It wasn’t because of the astronauts, who were all very talented and had an incredible amount of passion for the mission.
The problem was that, when the Russians left, they didn’t have enough money to keep the program going.
They had to go back to Russia.
In 1988, a Russian company, Yuzhnoye Cosmodrome, came up with a plan to build a space shuttle for less than the cost of a Boeing 747.
It called it the Sputnik.
It cost $500 million.
That’s $100 million less than what the shuttle program cost, but it was still huge money.
And then, in 1999, the Soviet government began to sell off a lot of the technology from the Sputan spacecraft.
The Russians ended up with the biggest stockpile of Soviet space technology, and in 2008, the Sputa project was completed.
The Sputniks were supposed to be used for orbital missions to Mars, but they didn´t get there.
They were never able to get them to the surface.
And they were never going to land on Mars, either.
So the program went down the tubes.
The American people, for a time, were wondering what was going on with the American space program.
But after the shuttle was retired, the space program was back.
And in the summer of 2020, it finally got to work on a new version of the space-shuttle program, called Orion.
The name was a reference to Orion, the spaceship from the movie “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
The name, of course, refers to the movie, and as the Orion spacecraft came to life, it made an announcement that, after a decade of research and development, it would actually be ready for launch.
That was the beginning of the Orion program.
And after nearly a decade, it’s now a fully operational spacecraft, capable of going to Mars and returning astronauts safely.
This year, it took the space agency four months to fly the first Orion crewed mission.
So in the last few years, we’ve seen a number of milestones, such as the successful completion of the first manned flight of Orion, and, most recently, the successful return of an American astronaut to Earth.
We also saw the first commercial flights of the rocket, and a number other accomplishments.
But Orion is the only rocket program that has survived the test flight, land landing, and re-entry sequence of the Space Shuttles.
Orion was developed by Boeing.
It is a solid-fuel rocket that’s flown more than three decades.
It has been the envy of NASA and other space agencies.
And it has been designed with the same high-tech, mission-oriented design that has been used in the Space Program.
So Orion is a very large rocket.
It can carry about 2,200 pounds of cargo.
And with the Orion, NASA and Boeing are working toward what is perhaps the largest human spaceflight program in history.
It would cost $6 billion to put Orion into orbit, and NASA says it will cost about $6.8 billion to get it back to Earth and safely back to the International Space Station (