NASA’s Next Generation Camera: An iPhone X in space

NASA’s next generation camera for the International Space Station is a big deal for the agency, and the company has its sights set on winning the prize.

The new generation of the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) has the ability to take photos of a comet or asteroid and record the details of their motion.

It also has the capability to measure the speed of light in the solar system.

It’s expected to be able to do this at the end of the decade.

“This is really exciting because this is the first time that we’re actually getting this capability,” David Wright, the director of the agency’s Earth Science Division, said in a speech on Friday.

“We’re excited to get this capability.” 

The Deep Space Global Observatory (SSGGO) is one of the new instruments in NASA’s new Mars Global Surveyor mission, which is being developed by the agency with a collaboration from the European Space Agency and the European Southern Observatory.

SSGGO will take photos, record data and communicate with ground stations.

The mission will launch in 2019. 

The mission’s primary objective is to look for evidence of past Mars surface activity, including any evidence of volcanoes.

This can be the evidence of ancient water or traces of ancient activity.

The spacecraft will also measure the temperature of the surface of Mars, as well as detect changes in the atmosphere.

It will also be able take pictures of the planet and even collect images of the sun. 

As it moves closer to the planet, the spacecraft will be able send back more information, such as the size of rocks, how long they are, how they move, how the surface is being heated and other measurements. 

DSCOVRO’s first mission was launched in 2018 to capture images of Mars in infrared light. 

Scientists were expecting a major upgrade to the spacecraft this year when it was announced that NASA had chosen the DeepSpace Climate Observatory for the Mars 2020 mission.

The instrument will be the first in the space agency’s next-generation Deep Space climate observatory (DSCGO) and will provide the agency the capability of sending images and data to Earth and the entire Solar System. 

According to the mission’s description, the DeepSky mission is scheduled to launch on the Space Launch System (SLS) in 2021. 

NASA’s mission to Mars has been long in the making.

It was first announced in 2014 by then-President Barack Obama, who said the goal was to send humans to Mars by 2026.

NASA launched its first rover, the Spirit, on January 1, 2020. 

On March 18, 2021, NASA successfully sent a rover to the surface on Mars. 

During the 2017 Lunar New Year’s celebrations, NASA announced that a Mars probe was now in orbit around the Red Planet. 

Since then, NASA has conducted four missions to the Red planet, and three of those have been successes.

The first was Curiosity, which landed on Mars in 2015.

The second was MAVEN, which reached Mars in 2018. 

In 2018, NASA launched the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) mission to send back images of lunar craters to help scientists understand their composition. 

Following the launch of the first two LRO missions, NASA sent the third, MAVEN-Mars, in 2021 to study Mars.