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Posted December 17, 2019 07:00:16After a two-year journey, the International Space Station (ISS) has finally been built from scratch.

In its first two months of operation, the $7.5 billion station will be built from the ground up.

Its first stage will be the first stage of a Russian-made booster rocket that will propel the station to orbit.

The first stage is the largest and heaviest piece of hardware that the station will ever have, weighing 1,500 tons.

It will carry the station’s two main components, an external payload bay for scientific experiments and scientific experiments equipment, and two science labs that will support science and exploration missions.

The station’s main engine is the Vega rocket, a rocket developed in the Soviet Union.

Vega is used to power the station in orbit.

It will be a big change for the station, which will only be in orbit for a few days each year.

The station will no longer be a launch pad for scientific research, but rather, a science lab, and will have to live in orbit with a lot of equipment that needs to be assembled and tested.NASA astronaut and former astronaut Reid Wiseman, who is leading the ISS development effort, said that the first test flight will be held at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, in 2018.

He said the station is about halfway through its design phase.

The first test flights will be about three years from now.

The next test flight is set for 2021, Wiseman said.

The crew of the International Station, which includes astronauts, cosmonauts and cosmonaut cosmonomers, will live at the space station for about four months every year, Wiserman said.

The crew will spend at least two months each year in space, but could be moved in and out of the station.

The spacewalkers will stay on the station for a period of at least six months.

“We are very confident that we are going to have a space station that can be sustained in space for years to come,” Wiseman told reporters at a news conference after the first flight.

Wiseman, whose company Orbital ATK is developing the first vehicle for the International Solar Orbit Station, also said that NASA and the European Space Agency are working to make sure the space lab is ready to use in the 2030s.

NASA is working on a plan to use the station as a launching pad for the Orion crew capsule, Wisemen said.NASA will also be working with the European Union on a new generation of commercial spaceflight vehicles.

The next generation of vehicle is called the Transporter-1, and is expected to fly by the end of this decade, Wisman said.

NASA and ESA will be developing a new version of the Transporters to replace the Transports-1 and Transporter.

The new Transporter-1 will fly by 2022, Wismer said.

This new vehicle, called Transporter 3, will fly on a Boeing 747-400.

NASA’s Space Launch System rocket is being designed for use in this new vehicle.NASA and ESA have been working together to develop the Transport-3 system.

The Transporter is also being designed to launch a small satellite to orbit and bring a small spacecraft to Earth.

NASA has already sent a small asteroid back to the moon, and NASA plans to send a small craft into orbit around Mars in the next 10 years.NASA plans to use this new launch vehicle to send small satellites into orbit.

NASA officials are also developing a small-satellite launcher, which they are calling the Small Satellites Launcher.

This launcher is to launch small satellites to low-Earth orbit, which is where the ISS is currently.

The new launch system is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in 2021, 2021.

NASA hopes to have this launcher in space by the year 2020.

The Space Launch Systems (SLS) rocket is expected in space sometime around 2021.NASA’s Space Science Institute is building a new rocket for the first phase of the space program, which has been the subject of intense controversy over the past several years.

The SLS rocket will be able to loft about 2,200 pounds (1,600 kilograms) of cargo to low Earth orbit.

The payload is meant to include communications satellites, a space surveillance satellite, an experimental payload that could serve as an early test bed for future space station technology, and a science payload that will perform experiments and study the atmospheres of asteroids.NASA officials have said the SLS is the most capable rocket to date, and they hope it will provide the station with reliable launch access for missions to low earth orbit and Mars.

NASA wants to have the Sleselton rocket built by 2021.

The space agency has proposed that the Sledlab rocket will carry a crew of four to the ISS.

The first flight of this rocket is scheduled for 2022. The