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The Stargate Project is an ambitious project that would see the creation of a new type of interstellar spacecraft.

The project was created by billionaire Elon Musk and a group of scientists from the University of California at Berkeley, who are hoping to build a prototype spacecraft that would fly through the inner reaches of our solar system, using gravity-defying rocket thrusters to lift itself to an orbit around a nearby star.

The team behind the project, the SpaceX XCOR Aerospace team, hopes to launch the prototype spacecraft by the end of 2018.

Elon Musk’s company SpaceX recently completed a successful test flight of a prototype version of the XCOR spacecraft.

We reached out to the SpaceX team for a comment and received the following statement: “We would like to congratulate the Xcor team for their achievement.

“This mission is the first to fly on a rocket and it will fly on its own in space.” “

The SpaceX team’s mission statement states that the mission would be a two-stage mission, with the first stage launching the spacecraft into orbit, while the second stage would fly the craft in the opposite direction to ensure that the spacecraft would not have to land on the surface of the Earth. “

This mission is the first to fly on a rocket and it will fly on its own in space.”

The SpaceX team’s mission statement states that the mission would be a two-stage mission, with the first stage launching the spacecraft into orbit, while the second stage would fly the craft in the opposite direction to ensure that the spacecraft would not have to land on the surface of the Earth.

“During the first stages of the ascent, the rocket engine will burn at the same speed as the spacecraft to minimize the mass of the spacecraft during ascent,” the statement states.

“Once the rocket reaches the first of the two orbits, the spacecraft will be accelerated towards the outer solar system by the engines to reach the next orbit of Earth.

The second stage will then burn to make the spacecraft reach a speed of 7,600 miles per hour.”

The first stage of the rocket would be launched into the atmosphere to accelerate the spacecraft, while a second stage, dubbed the “pilot stage,” would accelerate the craft by about a third of a million miles per second.

The rocket and the pilot stage would then fly through a series of orbital maneuvers to achieve their orbital destination.

This would require the pilot to accelerate toward the planet Mercury, which is the closest object in the solar system.

The first rocket stage would take off from a test facility in California.

“At this point in time, the first two stage of SpaceX XCOar would be in its prime stage and ready for flight,” the SpaceX statement reads.

“By this time, a payload will have been successfully deployed, and the spacecraft is in the final stage of its journey to the solar-system. “

“In the final seconds of the launch, XCOars primary payload will deploy to a small asteroid and fly to a near-Earth asteroid in the vicinity of the sun to complete a mission that will be the first time a spacecraft has reached the innermost reaches of the solar wind.” “

The second and third stages of SpaceXXCOR will be launched from a pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. “

In the final seconds of the launch, XCOars primary payload will deploy to a small asteroid and fly to a near-Earth asteroid in the vicinity of the sun to complete a mission that will be the first time a spacecraft has reached the innermost reaches of the solar wind.”

The second and third stages of SpaceXXCOR will be launched from a pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.

SpaceX plans to send the first launch of its first prototype spacecraft into space in 2019, but it will only be a demonstration mission.

It will have to make up for lost time and build up the experience required to achieve a successful flight in the next decade or so.