Elon Musk is betting that someday, if he has the money, he’ll launch a spacecraft to the International Space Station.
It’s a big bet, to be sure, and Musk, CEO of SpaceX, has been busy laying the groundwork for what he calls his “SpaceShipOne” mission to carry cargo to the orbiting outpost.
But for now, Musk is focused on making sure that his company’s next launch — the SpaceShipTwo — goes off without a hitch.
As it turns out, SpaceX is actually going to get its first cargo to orbit in 2019.
So Musk and his team are now working to make sure that the company’s first cargo ship will actually reach orbit.
Here’s what we know so far about the SpaceX cargo ship that will make its first orbital flyby.
SpaceShip One has a cargo hold of more than 100 tons of cargo SpaceShip Two, which Musk has been calling “the rocket that’ll take us to Mars” is going to carry up to 1,200 tons of heavy-duty cargo SpaceX plans to launch its first spaceplane in 2019, and that rocket is going by the name Falcon Heavy.
SpaceX already has a prototype of its Falcon Heavy rocket in the works, which will launch its payloads from Florida’s Space Coast in 2019 as well.
But the company will not use the Falcon Heavy to fly cargo to space.
Rather, the company is going all in on building the Falcon 9 rocket that will be used to launch cargo to and from the ISS.
And, according to Musk, the rocket will also have an orbital launch capability.
So the first cargo-to-orbit mission of the new Falcon Heavy, called Falcon 9+, will launch from Florida, SpaceX announced Thursday.
The Falcon 9 will be the first rocket built to deliver cargo to geostationary transfer orbit, the orbital zone between Earth and the moon.
The SpaceX rocket will be capable of carrying a total of 1,300 metric tons of payload.
SpaceX hopes to launch the Falcon Nine launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, but it’s unclear whether that rocket will use the same booster that SpaceX will use to launch payloads to orbit.
SpaceX’s first Falcon Heavy mission will also be the company first to use the new rocket’s engines for flight.
It will use Falcon 9 engines to send the rocket to geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO).
SpaceX will launch Falcon 9 missions with two Falcon Heavy boosters.
The first Falcon 9 launch will take place in 2020, followed by a second Falcon Heavy launch in 2021.
SpaceX plans to use a Falcon Heavy Falcon 9 booster in its second flight of Falcon 9.
The launch will occur about 12,000 kilometers above the Earth.
SpaceX will also launch the first Falcon Nine mission, the first flight of the rocket.
SpaceX has also been working on an orbital-bus transport vehicle, or bus, for its Falcon 9 rockets.
It plans to make the first orbital flight of its Bus 5 launch vehicle, which is scheduled to fly in 2019 from Vandenburg Air Force Station in California.
The Bus 5 bus will carry up, according the SpaceX site, “approximately 1,000 metric tons” of cargo.
SpaceX is also planning to build a payload carrier rocket called Falcon Heavy Heavy Rocket that will launch a cargo ship, which it says will have a total payload of 2,000 kilograms.
It is the second Falcon 9 to launch a rocket to orbit, following SpaceX’s Falcon 9 v1.1 in 2010.
The second rocket will carry a payload of about 400 kilograms, SpaceX says.
The next Falcon Heavy launches are slated for 2019, 2021, and 2023.
SpaceX and Orbital ATK have said that the Falcon 10 rockets will carry about 100 metric tons and the Atlas V rockets will have about 300 metric tons.
SpaceX expects that the next Falcon 9 launches will carry more than 500 metric tons, or nearly the amount that Orbital ATK has delivered to the ISS over the past five years.
SpaceX also says that the Space Station is now more than six months into its mission.
The space station, which launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida in 2009, has since been in orbit around Earth for more than two years.
The station has now been in space for nearly nine months.
SpaceX says that it has completed the first of three tests of the Falcon Pro launcher that will allow it to loft cargo into space.
The test of the second test is set for November, with the third test expected to take place later this year.
SpaceX said that it plans to deliver the first payload to orbit on November 30, 2018, and the second payload to space on December 1, 2018.
SpaceX intends to launch another payload to the space station in 2018, though it does not say when.
The company has a $1.5 billion budget to launch Falcon Heavy rockets, according a company blog post.
That includes the cost of the rockets’ engines and other supplies.
SpaceX originally was planning to launch about 40 payloads into space by 2021.
The agency recently increased that target to