By the time this year’s Space Launch System rocket arrives at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, it will be nearly 40 years since the first American astronauts landed on the moon.
If all goes according to plan, the Space Launch Systems Program, the $1.9 billion rocket program that was initially funded in 2009, will launch a crewed spacecraft that will launch aboard an Atlas V rocket in 2022.
But when that happens, what kind of spacecraft will we send to the Moon?
The answer depends on whether you believe that the first human beings to land on the Moon were sent to Mars by Apollo or by NASA.
The answer is a bit more complicated, however, and depends on how the space program is funded.
For example, the government doesn’t want to send astronauts to Mars because of a lack of money.
If NASA wants to send humans to the moon, however much money it has, the space agency would have to come up with a way to raise money from investors that is large enough to cover the cost of launching a crew to the lunar surface.
So what do you do?
If the space agencies goal is to send people to the moons surface, how would they fund it?
A more realistic answer is to go to Mars.
The US space agency currently has a large amount of money in its coffers.
The Apollo program, for example, generated $1 billion for NASA in fiscal years 1966 and 1967.
NASA also received about $1 trillion in funding from Congress during that time.NASA’s current space program consists of two major missions.
The Orion spacecraft, which is expected to launch in 2022, will carry four astronauts.
The Space Launch system, the Orion capsule that will be launched in 2018, will have six crewmembers.
These two missions are designed to provide humans with the ability to visit the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
However, the missions are not scheduled to launch until 2023.
The US government will then need to decide how to spend the money it is funding to get humans to those destinations.
What’s the right way to spend NASA’s money?
The question of how to allocate NASA’s funding is a difficult one.
Congress has traditionally given the space budget a tight budget that’s in line with the amount of NASA’s current budget.
But there’s also a variety of ways to spend money.
Some NASA programs use tax dollars to fund their missions.
These programs are sometimes called “grants” and have been a part of the US budget for decades.
In some cases, these grants are intended to stimulate private investment.
For example, in fiscal year 2021, NASA will award $2.3 billion to the US aerospace and defense industries to develop the Orion spacecraft.
However the money won’t be used to develop Orion itself, but rather to provide incentives for private companies to take the program to Mars and send astronauts there.
The money won the US government’s support to develop a crew transportation system that would take astronauts to the surface of the Moon.
The NASA program that uses tax dollars also has the benefit of attracting private companies that will take up the program.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), for example is currently looking to raise $7 billion for its Commercial Crew Transportation Capability (CCtCap) program.
This program will support the Orion vehicle and the Space Exploration Technologies Development (SpaceX) Dragon capsule.
In the long run, the federal government will be paying for the private companies involved in the Space Transportation Capabilities program.
As the money becomes available, the US Government will provide a loan or other financial support to the private sector.
The Space Launch program, by contrast, doesn’t rely on tax dollars.
The NASA program will likely use some of its funding to pay for the Orion crew transport system.
The amount of funding NASA is able to offer the private space companies depends on many factors, such as the amount and type of private investment in the company.
The company that has the most to gain will be able to pay the most for its share of the program and will also have the least to lose.
In addition to the amount it has to spend, the amount the US can provide is also dependent on the level of private capital.
If the private capital is low, it could make the program a less lucrative venture.
In that case, the money will have to be used for other things.
The National Space Council, a group of commercial space industry leaders, is currently working on a draft Space Launch Vehicle (SLS) roadmap.
The group is looking at the best way to allocate the money to get to the next stage of space exploration.
While the SLS roadmap is currently in the planning stages, a number of private companies have expressed interest in participating in the project.
NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is the first private company that will fly humans to Mars in the near future.
The agency also recently awarded SpaceX a contract to develop and launch its first crewed missions to the International