SpaceX is building a spacecraft to sail the edge of the solar system, using its new automated system cruise cruise.

The cruisers are to be built using the company’s new Solar System Cruisers (SSC) system, which the company says is the world’s first to use solar sails to propel a spacecraft at high speed and into orbit.

It’s a revolutionary technology, and the first one of its kind to be deployed in space, with a solar sail on board.

SpaceX will build a series of solar sail vehicles based on its new solar sail system, including one with a propulsion module, which will launch atop a Falcon 9 rocket.

It will carry a solar cell, which can be powered by the solar sail’s power.

SpaceX is the first company to launch an unproven spacecraft from a rocket using solar sails.

But even as the company plans to put solar sail technology on commercial spacecraft, it is still in the early stages of building its own commercial solar sail fleet, the company said in a blog post this week.

The company has already put some of its solar sail designs into development, but SpaceX isn’t ready to release details of its first commercial sail vehicle, which is due to launch in the second half of the year.

SpaceX’s solar sail concept is still a long way off, but it’s also an ambitious concept for SpaceX, which wants to use the solar sails it builds to propel its rockets.

SpaceX has built solar sail systems on several previous rockets, including the Falcon 9.

But SpaceX says the SSC system it is building for its solar sails is its first solar sail, and it won’t be the only solar sail to use this technology.

SpaceX plans to launch the first SSC solar sail spacecraft in the fourth quarter of 2020, according to the company.

SpaceX first announced the SCC in 2014, and SpaceX has said the solar sailing technology that will power the SSSC is the same technology that is powering its Falcon 9 rockets.

NASA has already used the technology for its own rocket launch, but there is a question mark over whether the solar cells on the SSPC spacecraft will work well in the long-term.

SpaceX says it is developing a solar sails that are capable of handling the pressure of reentry into the Earth’s atmosphere, which could be useful for satellites and other vehicles.

SpaceX also says it will build solar sail propulsion modules for use on future Falcon 9 launches.

It is also working on the first solar sails for use in the Space Launch System, which SpaceX is hoping to launch from Cape Canaveral in the mid-2020s.

SpaceX said it will start building solar sail capability in 2020, with the first spacecraft being the first operational SSC.