By Sarah FaganPublished June 16, 2019 11:29:33As we near the end of the first year of the company’s year-long journey to the moon, we want to take a look at some of the companies that are already making some serious noise in the space race.
Apapap has a new mission: it’s a lunar rover.
And in doing so, it’s already becoming the most successful venture in the company and, in a sense, the moon.
It’s an amazing feat of engineering.
As it stands, the rover is just the first of several rovers being designed for the moon by Apapap.
The company says that it will eventually develop a fleet of lunar rovers that could be used to collect samples and return them to Earth.
Apapaap has also developed a series of small satellites, and, according to CEO Jonathan Riedel, it plans to eventually launch one of these small satellites into orbit.
The launch, he said, could be as early as 2021.
Apapoap will soon have a spacecraft that will launch into low Earth orbit, but not necessarily to the Moon.
In the meantime, the company will build and launch a larger satellite, a mission that will eventually become the first mission to reach Mars.
And then it will go on to the red planet, which it’s hoping to do by 2023.
At the moment, Apapaps first satellite is the Mars Orbiter, which is a spacecraft which is meant to fly around Mars and pick up images from the surface and from deep-space.
In November, Apapoap announced that it was planning to add a satellite to this orbit, named Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO).
Apapaps mission to Mars is a bit more ambitious, and its goal is to collect enough data to eventually go beyond the surface of the planet to Mars.
So, it’ll be able to survey the surface as well as the atmosphere.
Apapas current plans call for a mission to land on Mars, with a lander that will return samples to Earth for analysis.
The Apapa mission, if successful, will mark a major milestone for the company.
As part of the launch of the mission, Apaap will be the first company to send a satellite into orbit around Mars.
That mission is called the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbital Vehicle (LROV).
The LROV has been in development for over a decade, and it’s currently being tested and refined by the team.
Apaaps current plan is to launch the LROV into orbit in 2022, and then in 2024 it will be launched into low-Earth orbit.
In 2025, Apas mission to orbit will be called LRO.
Riedel told me that the LRov mission will likely be the most ambitious mission the company has ever put into orbit, since it will essentially be the second mission to send an orbiting rover to Mars in a single mission.
He said that he expects that the landing of the LROC mission on the Red Planet will have the most impact on the industry and society on the planet.
In the LROW mission, the mission will land on the surface, using an orbiter to send its payloads to the surface.
Riedels team is working on the LROSat satellite, which will be used for a similar mission.
In addition, Apoap will build an orbital test platform, known as the Landing Platform 3.
Ries hopes that by building and launching an orbital vehicle with a large payload to Mars, it will have a lot of leverage in the industry.
He added that he thinks that there are companies that have designs that they can build that will be able compete with the company in the future.
The mission to the lunar surface is one of the main reasons why Apap has taken such a risk in building a small spacecraft.
Ries believes that if the LROSP mission is successful, then it could become a big player in the small satellite market.
The first launch of a small satellite could also help the company become more active in the commercial space market, Riedes said.
“I think that, once we get into low earth orbit, I think we’ll be the dominant player in small satellite development.
There’s not really a competitor,” he said.
“And we’ll get to launch a few satellites, but there’s really not a competitor in that space.
And if we can get to Mars and get that data, it can really help the industry, too.”
Apapalas success is one reason that Apapal has been working on developing smaller satellites, which are more efficient and more powerful than its larger and more expensive satellites.
Riefel said that Apaalas smaller satellites have been flying for over five years, and that they’ve been successful.
Riefel also pointed out that Apaps small satellites are cheaper than the big satellites, making them cheaper to build.
That, in turn, makes it easier for small companies to