In the past year, NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) has become one of the first organizations to test out the capabilities of new technologies to explore and land on Mars.
It has developed a small, lightweight spacecraft called a CubeSat that uses the technology to carry a robotic rover called Curiosity to the surface.
And on April 13, NASA announced the launch of its own CubeSat, a CubeCam, designed to provide images of the Martian surface, and then send them back to Earth.
The CubeCam is a $20 million mission that was announced last year and is designed to launch on the company’s first commercial launch, which is scheduled for July.
NASA hopes that the CubeCam will be able to collect images of a Martian landscape as small as about the size of a credit card.
The Space Technology Division of NASA has already launched two CubeSats in 2016 and 2017, both of which were smaller than the current CubeCam.
In fact, the first CubeSat launched last year had a payload weight of just over 5,500 pounds, which makes it less than half the weight of the CubeSat Curiosity is carrying.
The CubeCam itself is smaller than that, with a payload mass of only 6,500 ounces.
It is important to note that the NASA CubeCam’s payload is small compared to its actual size.
It is designed for low Earth orbit, but NASA has stated that it plans to use CubeCam in space for future missions.
According to a press release, NASA is working with CubeCam to develop a technology that will allow CubeSatellites to autonomously autonomously navigate around the Earth, and autonomously send back images and data from their sensors to Earth for processing.
The payload is currently only planned to launch in 2021, but the company is already testing out its CubeCam system for NASA and has already flown its first test launch.
In a press conference on Monday, the company revealed that the first test flight was conducted in July, and that its spacecraft reached a maximum speed of 8 kilometers per second.
NASA has not yet announced when the CubeSAT will launch, but it is expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2021.
The company has also partnered with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, to develop its next generation CubeCam technology.
The JPL is the largest provider of CubeCam and CubeSat sensors to NASA.JPL has developed the first generation of the satellite, known as the CubeWatch, which has a payload of just under 5,000 ounces and can take images of Earth from a distance of up to 150 miles.
The satellite is scheduled to launch from the Space Launch Complex 40 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California in 2021.
A NASA spokesperson told TechCrunch that the company has not released any details about the test flight, but noted that the mission is expected in 2021 and that the spacecraft will be a “low-cost, low-risk mission.”
The JPL CubeWatch CubeSat will carry sensors that are about the same size as those aboard the CubeCombe, a satellite launched in 2017.
The new satellite will be launched into low-Earth orbit, and it will then return images and images data to Earth via its cameras.
It should be noted that while NASA is looking to launch CubeCam satellites, it is also looking to develop new technologies for future use, such as the next generation of CubeSat that will be developed by NASA’s Ames Research Center in California.