Next Big Futures article SpaceX is currently working on a new vehicle that would transport people up to the Martian altitude of 400 meters using the space elevator.

SpaceX is planning to begin sending up to 5 people to the surface of Mars in 2019, using the newly-built Mars One vehicle.

The Mars One mission will use the Mars Climate Orbiter, a NASA spacecraft that has been orbiting the Red Planet since 2007.

The spacecraft will then be sent to the red planet, where the crew will live for a year and will be able to take samples and make the journey to Mars.

This new space elevator will provide a much easier means of transporting people to space than the current elevator, which is also capable of carrying up to three people to high altitude, according to a SpaceX statement.

SpaceX’s Mars One project is the result of the partnership between the company and private company Planetary Resources.

The company was founded in 2013 by entrepreneur Elon Musk, and it’s now based in Hawthorne, California.

The mission is expected to cost around $20 billion.

The space elevator has already been used on multiple occasions.

The Space Shuttle Discovery rocket lifted a human to space in 2003, with the first crew on board being a pair of astronauts and cosmonauts from the United States.

This same rocket also lifted another crew from space in 2012.

NASA has also tested the concept of a space elevator on several occasions, but it never worked.

The idea for a space elevators first came to NASA back in 2013, when SpaceX was already working on its own concept.

The original plan was to send a crew to Mars in 2020 using a rocket, but the plan was canceled after the company’s rocket suffered engine failure.

It later emerged that the launch was a test run for a new rocket.

This rocket was ultimately developed to send NASA astronauts to Mars by SpaceX in 2019.

In February, SpaceX announced it would send humans to Mars, with a crew of five.

This time around, SpaceX plans on sending the mission up to 500 meters.

SpaceX currently has plans for six crew members to travel to Mars and then return to Earth, with each crew member having a different mission.

A launch window for this mission has not yet been set.

The plan is to send the crew up to 400 meters, but this is a very ambitious mission.

SpaceX has said that it hopes to send humans up to Mars at least once in 2035.

SpaceX expects to send five crew members, including the astronauts, back to Earth at the end of the mission.

The crew would be flown to Mars using a Falcon Heavy rocket.

The Falcon Heavy is a long-range rocket that SpaceX has used in the past, and the company has also used it on multiple previous missions to the moon.

The rocket is capable of launching payloads weighing up to 10,000 kilograms to orbit, which means it can be used to send people up into space.

The cost of the launch would be around $10 billion.

SpaceX plans for the launch to occur sometime in 2019 and to occur in 2024, according with a SpaceX release.

It also stated that the mission would be a one-way trip, meaning that there is no return trip.

SpaceX said in the release that the Mars crew would arrive at Mars by 2030, and that the astronauts would return to earth by 2030.

The flight could be a bit risky, since the spacecraft would not be ready for the landing.

This means that the crew would have to land safely.

It is unclear how much time the mission will take, since SpaceX has not stated a timeline for the mission or the landing itself.

SpaceX says that the spacecraft will be designed to withstand the harsh conditions of spaceflight.

The launch vehicle is designed to launch the crew to the upper reaches of Mars.

The first crew to reach Mars will be the first to arrive there in 2033.

In 2019, SpaceX will attempt to launch an unmanned probe called MARSAT-1, which will be carrying two science instruments.

The probe will eventually orbit Mars and return samples.

A mission called SES-10 is designed for the same mission.