Solar system cruiser sails into space in maiden voyage
The solar system cruisers have been busy in space, and the latest one just went into orbit.
A team of Canadian researchers have launched the solar system’s first spacecraft into space, a solar system cruise system called the Mare Sol system, or Mare Sol for short.
The craft is about the size of a Boeing 737 MAX and will travel in a solar sail.
It has three solar sails that will allow it to keep its speed steady.
“It’s really an exciting milestone,” said Greg Ritchie, chief executive officer of the Canadian Space Agency.
The spacecraft is about to get ready to take off from a launch pad in Montreal, where it will spend the next two months in orbit.
The craft will then head out into space and land in the Pacific Ocean.
“Mare Sol will be our first launch into space,” said Ritchie.
“It’s a really important milestone, because we have to do this in the first month.”
The solar sail is a kind of tether that tethers the spacecraft together, allowing it to stay in place.
“The first thing you notice when you launch is that the spacecraft is much more stable, and we have the ability to do things like orient itself around the sun in a way that’s much more efficient than anything that has been done before,” Ritchie said.
The team has been working with the Canadian space agency since 2014, and this is the first time they’ve successfully launched a spacecraft into orbit, Ritchie added.
The solar system system cruise systems are made up of four sails, each about three metres in diameter, which can be used for different purposes.
One of the sails is a solar reflector that absorbs sunlight and sends it back to the spacecraft, helping to keep the craft stable.
The other two are solar fins that will help keep the spacecraft safe from a number of kinds of obstacles.
The two sail arrays are made of two separate solar sails and each will be about four metres in length.
The solar fins are connected to each sail, while the reflector and fins are not.
When the spacecraft takes off, the solar sail and solar fins will stay together and the craft will remain in place while the solar fins retract and the solar sails rotate, Ritzer said.
Once in space and about to land, the craft can be steered using the sail, Ritcher said.
“We’ve used this method of steering for the past 20 years.
It works very well for a spacecraft.
It can stay stable in orbit and it’s a very stable system.
We have a really good control system,” Ritzer added.”
So it’s very stable, very stable in terms of how well it can survive.
So it’s an ideal way to make a first launch.”
The craft will also have a communications system, Ritts said.
This system will be built into the spacecraft and communicate with other spacecraft.
“These are really important for the solar systems because it’s the communication system that connects the solar regions to each other,” he said.
“So the suns surface, the sun’s surface itself, will then be able to communicate with Earth and other spacecraft, which will allow us to see the sun at different times.”