By using rockets to propel satellites into space, SpaceX is using its rockets to help people get from place to place.
Today, SpaceX launched the first satellite into orbit for the company, as well as the first payload to reach orbit from the International Space Station.
This morning, SpaceX will launch the second satellite into space.
This first satellite is named “GEM.”GEM will be used for research and education.
It is expected to help the United States and the rest of the world understand the impacts of climate change.
This satellite will also help us understand how the climate is changing around the world, said Phil Plait, chief scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, California.
This is a key step in advancing our understanding of how climate change impacts human activities and ecosystems, Plait said.GEM, like the other satellites, will be launched by SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, which launched the satellite in March 2018.
SpaceX uses the Falcon 9 to send payloads into space with a maximum payload of about 7,300 pounds.
The satellite will be equipped with a new sensor called Global Positioning System, or GPS, that will allow it to track the movement of the sun and other satellites.
The satellites are powered by a single Falcon 9 booster.
It took more than two years for SpaceX to develop the satellite, which was first launched by Russia’s Baikonur Cosmodrome in 2009.
Today’s launch was the first of two Falcon 9 launches, scheduled for Friday, that are intended to boost the company’s ability to launch satellites to low-Earth orbit.
SpaceX is building up the capacity to launch more satellites in the future, as the company continues to develop new launch vehicles, Plank said.
The company has had problems launching satellites to space in recent years.
In 2018, it suffered a setback when one of its Falcon 9 rockets crashed during the launch of a commercial satellite into geosynchronous transfer orbit.
In 2019, SpaceX had a similar mishap when its Falcon rocket failed to deploy the satellite on time during its second mission.
The rocket was sent back to Earth and crashed back into the Atlantic Ocean.
In 2021, the rocket was damaged in a fire on the launch pad during a test firing.
SpaceX says it is working to make sure it has the rocket system that will be able to launch again in the foreseeable future.
The second satellite launch was planned for June.
But the launch was delayed due to weather.
In a statement, SpaceX said it would have been in position to launch the satellite by May.
The company plans to launch three more satellites by 2022.