In 2019, NASA has launched the first commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station, and it has been hailed as the first step in a more ambitious mission.
But there’s more to the mission than just NASA.
A decade ago, it would have seemed impossible to imagine how we could take the first steps in a new era of space exploration.
In the next decade, humanity may be able to take even more ambitious steps.
For the first time, there’s a wide range of potential destinations to explore.
Here are some of the places where we can go to explore the cosmos.
Mars – If the Martian landscape looks familiar, that’s because it is.
Mars is home to two of the three major planets in our solar system, and there’s even more to discover on the Red Planet.
Mars has several moons, but its closest orbit to Earth is around 9,200 kilometres (5,800 miles) away.
NASA has proposed that it be explored as part of a broader human-spaceflight programme, including a possible human-transport mission.
It is thought that the Red Mars is a rich and varied environment, but the only evidence of its surface is the presence of water ice and dust.
As far as we know, Mars has only two known habitable zones, which could have provided an ideal habitat for early human settlements.
The Red Mars was found by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2015.
It was initially suspected that it was a frozen ice planet, but later it was confirmed that the atmosphere is made up of water vapor.
We still don’t know what it is made of, but there are clues that it is probably made of a thin crust of silicate minerals called sulfides.
We know that water is abundant on Mars.
Mars’s surface is about the same thickness as Earth’s at its equator, but it’s about 5 per cent more porous than Earth’s.
This is partly because the Martian atmosphere is much thicker than Earth and partly because Mars is closer to the Sun.
The surface is made mostly of water and ice, which means that the oceans on Mars are covered in a thick layer of ice.
We currently know that Mars has an atmosphere similar to Earth’s, and a thick ice layer.
We also know that it’s covered by an active volcano.
But these geological features aren’t visible to the naked eye, and the Martian surface is very cold, making it difficult to study.
Mars also has two volcanoes.
One, named Mount Sharp, is about 60 kilometres (37 miles) above the surface of the Red Sea.
The other, called Mount Sharp 2, is on the opposite side of the Martian equator.
This means that Mount Sharp has been active since its formation.
However, we still don of any evidence of Mount Sharp 1, which was inactive since its creation.
This volcano is called Active Mount Sharp.
Its active volcanoes are connected by two basins, and both have very large lava flows.
The lava flows erupt in a very strong and continuous manner, with a long, narrow path through the valley.
The basins are separated by about 500 kilometres (310 miles) of rock.
We have no idea what type of lava flows these volcanoes produce, and we don’t really know what type the surface is like.
The active volcanos on Mars have a lot of impact on the climate of the planet, as well as the climate on the surface.
The climate on Mars is similar to that of the Earth.
However it is different from Earth because of the way that the planet’s atmosphere reacts to sunlight.
This can make it appear much warmer than it actually is.
If we go to Mars, the atmosphere on Mars will be very similar to the Earth’s atmosphere, and this is likely because the atmosphere has the same chemical composition as Earth.
The atmosphere on Earth reacts to the solar radiation differently from the atmosphere of Mars, which makes it appear warmer than what it really is.
This difference makes it very difficult to measure the temperatures of the surface and the atmosphere.
Mars’ atmosphere is the result of a mixture of dust, water ice, carbon dioxide and water vapor that was created by the Martian processes.
The amount of water in the atmosphere changes dramatically from day to day, and depends on the temperature of the Sun and the solar cycle.
At high latitudes, the water in Mars’ air is only about 1 per cent of the amount it is in Earth’s air.
The water in Earths atmosphere also depends on temperature, so it varies with the seasons.
If Mars has a different atmosphere than Earth, it will be different in a lot more ways.
It’s also possible that the different atmospheric conditions on Mars might have contributed to the formation of the different volcanoes on the planet.
The composition of the atmosphere varies with time, but we don of anything new about this.
Mars could also be covered with water ice.
If the atmosphere at the surface were made up mainly of water, we wouldn’t expect to see