Google is showing off the latest prototype of a new space ship that could one day ferry astronauts to and from the moon.
The ship, named the Ghost Ship, was unveiled by a Google engineering team at the Google Lunar XPRIZE 2017 event.
It was built in a three-week process, which included more than 3,000 hours of work.
The team at Google said the ship is about twice as powerful as the Falcon 9 rocket and half the mass of the Space Launch System rocket.
The Ghost Ship has a launch mass of about 1,500 kilograms (2,200 pounds).
It’s about twice the mass and size of the current Falcon 9 booster.
The company plans to use it to ferry astronauts and cargo to and fro in the lunar vacuum.
The space station is about 3,500 kilometers (2.5 million miles) from Earth.
“This ship is designed to bring the human race safely to the Moon and beyond,” the Google team said in a statement.
“We are working on the next step in that journey with the first crew to fly on the Ghost ship.”
The Ghost ship, which is based on the concept shown in this video, is designed for space exploration and is about 2.5 times as powerful and 1,100 times the mass as the current SpaceX Falcon 9 rockets.
The Falcon 9 has a liftoff mass of more than 2,000 kilograms (3,000 pounds).
NASA’s space shuttle program The Space Launch Systems rocket was built to carry NASA astronauts and payloads into space.
It is capable of launching satellites into low Earth orbit.
NASA is looking at using the Falcon Heavy as a launch vehicle for future missions.
The latest iteration of the Falcon rocket is powered by the Raptor engine.
The Raptor, which the company said has been “the most advanced engine ever developed for any rocket engine,” has a 1,800-kilogram (2 1,000-pound) payload capacity.
SpaceX is still working on getting the Raptors performance up to the performance level required for an intercontinental ballistic missile launch.
The next-generation Falcon Heavy is a rocket engine designed for the space station.
NASA’s next-gen rocket, the Falcon 10, is also expected to be able to loft up to three satellites into orbit.
The engine was designed to power a rocket to the International Space Station.