By the end of the Apollo era, humans had made it to Mars and Jupiter.
But the Apollo missions were a long way off, so Apollo 11’s commander Neil Armstrong didn’t have much time to get to the moon.
So Armstrong decided to take an unmanned lunar lander and try to send humans to the surface of Mars.
The plan was to land the lander in a crater on the surface, where the rover would come out of the shadows.
The lander would then use the gravity from the crater to drive itself to the top of the mountain.
The rover would then climb to the summit and send the astronauts back down to the ocean.
But it wasn’t going to be easy.
The terrain would be rough, and the lunar terrain was rocky and uneven.
The crew would have to be prepared for the steepness and roughness.
But this was the most challenging mission ever undertaken.
After spending years on the lunar surface, Armstrong and his crew had to find the best place to build the rover and then to get it to the crater, so that they could make a crater and land it.
The astronauts would have a lot of experience in the area of the Moon and the crater.
The landing site was a crater about the size of New York City, and it was very steep.
But because the landers were equipped with airbags and parachute systems, it would have been very hard for the astronauts to lose control of the craft.
The only way to get the landings to the correct location was to use a parachute system to land them, but the parachute didn’t work well.
It would be the only parachute system that worked, and Armstrong and other crew members were pretty sure it would work well and make the landing.
So the landing was going to have to happen before the astronauts had time to build a landing pad and build a rover.
The problem was that the terrain on the Moon is quite rough, with some rough patches on both sides of the crater where the landing area should be.
They were going to land on the sides of these patches, so they had to get some help from the land.
In fact, the Apollo 11 astronauts would probably have to use their hands to help themselves and make sure that they were in the right place to do the landing in the first place.
This is the same problem that NASA has had to deal with since the first manned missions to the Moon in the 1960s.
The problems that astronauts have had to solve on the moon are the same problems that NASA had to face when humans landed on the first moon landing in 1969.
In the 1960-1970s, astronauts had to navigate a very steep landing site in the harsh lunar conditions and use their arms to do their work in the difficult terrain.
This was a major challenge for the men and women who were trying to land safely and safely.
It was the same thing that NASA faced when it tried to land astronauts on the International Space Station in 2003.
The ISS crew had a problem in 2003, and in 2017 the crew had the same issue.
It is very likely that NASA is facing similar problems today.
The International Space Program and the Mars Mission NASA and the International Mars Mission (IMM) are the two main human spaceflight programs in the U.S. This year, NASA will have a new astronaut in space.
And as the first American in space, Alan Bean is the first U.A.E. person to go into space.
He is going to try to go to Mars.
Bean is a graduate of the University of Arizona, and he joined the Air Force in 2005.
He has a PhD in astronomy from Arizona State University.
He worked at NASA for seven years before he left for the Air Department in 2007.
He’s worked as an astronaut since 2007.
Bean has been the first human in space since the shuttle, and NASA wants to have him in space in order to save money and time and make more money.
Bean’s first mission will be to the International Asteroid Redirect Mission (IRM) in 2020.
He will spend six months on the ground in Earth orbit and then he will land on a comet, the comet Phobos.
He and his team will then go to the asteroid Bennu.
The goal of the mission is to study the surface chemistry and history of Bennu and see if there is any evidence that there is life on the asteroid.
Bean will return to Earth in 2024 to make a final analysis of the surface and get a report from the NASA mission that says if there’s life on Bennu, it will be a great resource for the future exploration of space.
But for the first time in history, Bean is going into space to work on his PhD. He hopes that when he does that, he will have enough experience to do what he has been doing since he got to space.
That is the hope that will be put into Bean’s mind when he gets to Mars in 2024.
NASA is hoping that by the time Bean gets to that point, he has a great