Aarp: The first time a person has used the internet to learn about the universe, we’re all in it together
How did a tiny speck in the universe become the largest computer in the world?
How does one person’s internet access change the world around them?
These questions and more will be answered by NASA’s Aarp satellite, launched in 2017, as part of a mission to help answer them.
The mission was designed to answer the most pressing questions of the human era: How did we get to where we are today?
And NASA has set out to answer all of these questions in the latest chapter of its space exploration history.
The mission is a milestone in the space program, with NASA saying it’s the first time the world has put humans in space.
NASA and the European Space Agency, which owns Aarp, plan to send more than a dozen astronauts to space in the coming years.
But it’s also a milestone for the space agency, which has been struggling to come up with the technology to launch astronauts into space for the last three decades.NASA first started working on Aarp’s design more than five decades ago, in the 1970s.
Aarp was designed as a “small, portable, low-cost, high-speed, small satellite,” according to the space company’s website.
The Aarp spacecraft is smaller than a basketball court.
It weighs about 100 pounds and is equipped with a 2,400-kilogram (4,200-pound) radioisotope thermoelectric generator.
It’s a tiny, light spacecraft, NASA says.NASA says it plans to launch the satellite in 2021.