NASA is set to launch its first unmanned land-based landing craft in 2021.
In the process, the agency is getting ready for the arrival of the first crewed land-and-sea land vehicle on the Moon.
The US space agency is in the process of selecting a land-launch vehicle, known as the MIRV, for the mission, according to a report from Business Insider.
The launch window for the MISC is February 2, 2022, and the land-launched spacecraft is expected to land on the surface of the moon in 2018.
The land-vehicle will carry two crew members, with a payload capacity of around 20 metric tons, including supplies and equipment, a NASA spokesperson told Business Insider in a statement.
It is the first time a manned landing will take place on the moon.MIRVs are expected to be capable of landing on the lunar surface as early as 2021.
The MISC, the fourth in a series of land-on-orbit missions, will be the largest payload of any land-use vehicle.
It will carry a lander and two rovers, which will then carry out a series in the Moon’s rugged terrain, according NASA.
The mission’s launch window is March 2, 2024, and it will be carried out on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, according the Space Exploration Technologies Corp (SpaceX).
The first MISC mission, known simply as the “Mars Landing Vehicle,” was launched on a Delta IV Heavy rocket in January 2019.
After two successful flights in 2017, the next MISC flight is expected in 2022.
The first mission was the only mission to the moon, landing on Apollo 13 in December 1969.
The next Misc mission is scheduled for March 2024, with the landing being planned for the Moon near the end of the 20th century.
This is not the first mission to land a spacecraft on the outer moon.
In May 2021, NASA released a video showing the Orion capsule docking with the Mantis robotic spacecraft, which was part of a mission called Lunar Exploration Rovers.
The video was filmed at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and included footage of the robotic arm, a robotic arm and its robot arm, and footage of an unmanned lander being deployed by the robotic leg.
During the video, the robotic hand was visible in the foreground, but it was not visible to the viewer during the landing, according SpaceNews.
There is no way to see the robotic arms, which were made by Lockheed Martin.
The robotic arm was not part of the spacecraft’s docking procedure.