The United States military is about to embark on a major land mission to Mars, a project called the Mars 2020 Rover.
But how much of the project will go toward building the robot that will carry out the mission?
The Army has given the green light for construction of the new rover, dubbed the Curiosity, in 2018, and officials have said the goal is to eventually reach Mars by the 2030s.
But what about building other missions to other planets and moons?
The military’s Mars 2020 rover is a major project, but it won’t be ready for human use for another 10 to 15 years.
In 2019, the Pentagon is expected to award a contract to Boeing, the aerospace giant that will build the rover.
But that contract was canceled in 2019.
The Mars 2020 project is in many ways the crown jewel of the Army, and the agency hopes to leverage the experience it has gained from other missions, including the Apollo missions, to build the new mission.
The Army wants to land the rover on the surface of Mars by 2022, a time that would put the lander in orbit around the Red Planet for the first time.
The project has the support of NASA and other government agencies.
NASA is in charge of developing the rover, while Boeing is overseeing construction.
It will be one of the first NASA rovers to land on another world, and a key milestone for the future of the agency’s space exploration program.
A few weeks ago, the White House unveiled its plans to send a rovers exploration mission to a planet that the Army says has the potential to support life on Earth.
The rover is slated to be launched in 2021.
NASA and the Defense Department are expected to announce the mission’s first mission in 2021, and that mission will carry astronauts to the surface.
The Army is building the new lander to be the most powerful vehicle in the military’s arsenal.
It is meant to be a robot that can carry people and cargo.
The goal is that it will be able to survive a Martian day and reach the Red Sea at a safe distance.
The project’s name is very important, said James Stromberg, director of the Institute for Space Policy at Georgetown University.
The name is important because the program is an example of what can be done by combining a space-based science mission with a robotic mission.
Strombengroom said the Army and NASA have been working to develop the rover for several years, and in recent years, the military has put in significant amounts of money to develop other missions.
The mission will be built on the basis of the Mars 2030 Rover, which was the brainchild of the Pentagon’s Space Command.
Stromeberg said the Mars rover was the centerpiece of that effort, and it is the rover’s first test flight.
The Mars 2020 program is still a work in progress.
The military hasn’t yet revealed the rover architecture or mission.
NASA has developed a lander and an orbiting space laboratory called Mars Express that could support human exploration missions.
And Boeing is developing a rover that will eventually be launched on an orbital rocket.
Both are currently in development.
The robotic rovers are currently under construction, but that work is expected soon.
The lander is expected in the first half of 2020.
A key difference between the Mars mission and the other rovers is that NASA is developing the landers on a different orbit, meaning that it’s still in the early stages of building the rovers.
The missions will be launched from the same launch pad as the other missions and the roving robot will be deployed from the ground.
NASA will then deploy the rover on a space station that will hold the roves and carry out research missions.NASA has said that the new rovers will provide the first-ever space-worthy human presence on a planetary surface.
Stemming from the successes of NASA’s Mars rovers, Stromber said the new missions will also give NASA the capability to study Mars’ atmosphere and magnetosphere, and to study the geology of the planet.
NASA’s current rovers carry out a series of rovers that orbit the planet to study Earth’s magnetosphere and atmosphere.
The NASA roving rovers have flown for the last four years and have completed three orbits.
That means they’ve completed more than two dozen orbits on the way to Mars.
The NASA rover will also carry out scientific studies and other missions before it is sent to Mars in 2021 or 2022.NASA’s rovers do not have much in the way of payloads, but they can carry equipment for NASA and its partner agencies.
For example, NASA’s Curiosity rover is the only rover that has a land arm that can deliver samples of rocks from the surface for analysis.
The sample return mission is the first of its kind.
The mission of the 2020 rover has a relatively straightforward goal: the development of an advanced, space-