By By John E. Allen and Andrew KaczynskiCNNMoney November 13, 2017 08:51:55It’s been a busy few weeks for Walmart.
On Friday, the company announced that it had completed the first of two lander missions to the surface of Mars.
The first mission, dubbed “Walt Disney’s Last Frontier,” was completed in December 2018.
The second mission, titled “WALT Disney’s Return to Mars,” is scheduled to land in 2022.
While Walt Disney’s last frontier was a success, Walmart is planning to make a major change in its plans for Mars.
According to the company, it plans to begin sending astronauts to Mars by 2022, and then return to Earth.
The company said the two missions will send four to six astronauts to the Red Planet.
It also said it plans on sending two more robotic landers to Mars to search for water on the planet’s surface.
Walmart’s first mission to Mars will take place on the Martian surface on July 22, 2022.
According to the news release, the spacecraft will “travel about 1,600 kilometers (600 miles) into Martian orbit.”
Walmart is currently planning on sending four robotic lander to Mars, including a lander designed to conduct a robotic land experiment.
The lander will be equipped with cameras and sensors to detect and sample Martian soil, rocks and water.
WalMart has also developed a rover capable of conducting a variety of activities on Mars.
In addition to the lander, Walmart also plans to send a robot to drill a well on Mars, drill a trench on Mars and use its drill to collect samples of the Martian soil.
Walton’s lander is scheduled for launch in 2022, which will be about 1.5 years after the first lander mission.
According the company’s website, the two rovers are designed to go to Mars in three years, with the rover scheduled to launch in 2025.
Wal-Mart’s Return To Mars is the company plan for landing on Mars in 2022 and 2022.
The company said that it plans “to spend a decade” studying the Martian environment and making recommendations to NASA about how to make life on Mars sustainable.
According a report by The New York Times, Walmart has received more than $2.8 billion in government funding since the company was formed in 1993.
The US government has also provided more than a billion dollars in NASA funding since 1993 to support the development of a manned space program.