Space program aims to get a little bit more kerbpy in the future

The NASA space program is getting a little kerbpier.

NASA’s kerbal program is planning to launch a prototype spacecraft in 2018.

The project is a continuation of the Kerbal Space Program, which launched a robotic spaceship to the International Space Station in 2012 and is aiming to send humans into orbit for the first time in the 2030s.

The Kerbal Spaceship Program has launched prototypes of spacecraft in the past.

In January 2018, a prototype rocket was sent to the ISS by NASA’s space shuttle Endeavour.

The Kerbal Capsule, which is designed to fly to low Earth orbit, is a prototype for a manned spacecraft that NASA hopes will be capable of launching humans into space in the mid 2030s as part of its plans for the Kerbals Space Program.

The space agency has already announced that it is building an outpost in Antarctica to launch humans into the upper atmosphere for the mission of the program.

The next step in the Kerbs program is to make an uncrewed, low-cost orbital space station for a mission that could launch humans as early as 2020, NASA said.

The kerbal capsule will carry an unmanned test vehicle, or vehicle, to the station.

NASA is also working to develop an uncorked version of the capsule, which could launch to low-Earth orbit as soon as 2020.

The company, Kerbal, plans to launch its first Kerbal spaceship to a launch site in Antarctica in the coming years.

The first test mission for the vehicle will take place in 2019.

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