NASA’s new space plane is already a giant, flying thing.
Its a carbon-fiber-reinforced-concrete rocket called the X-37B, and it has flown for the first time.
But now it’s the subject of a new movie that has been inspired by a scene in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, in which a scientist from the U.S. Air Force, Dr. James Cameron, and his colleagues are trying to build a flying car.
It’s a classic sci-fi idea: a spacecraft that flies in a vacuum and gets its wings and engines from scratch.
And, for the last decade or so, the idea of a flying plane has been a central plot point in movies like 2001:A Space Odyssey and Blade Runner.
The flying car idea has become one of the central plot lines of sci-Fi films, like 2001 and Blade, and of science fiction novels like Ender’s Game.
But it’s been around for decades.
It hasn’t been invented by a group of scientists.
And the flying car has never really been tested, even in its earliest form.
“The only way to get it to fly is to get the right components,” said David Shanks, a aerospace engineer and professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Texas at Austin.
“That’s what’s happened with flying cars.
It took a long time for them to get tested.
You need all the right people, and you need to do all the tests.
And then you can get it going.”
In 2001: The Space Odyssey , an alien race called the Thargoids land on Earth and demand the return of the Stone Age’s Stone Age car, the Ego.
They want to build an army of Ego’s and build their city.
It turns out the only way for a flying vehicle to fly on a comet is to be propelled by the force of the sun.
That means the rocket’s wing and engine need to be made from carbon fiber.
They also need to have a small fuel tank and a small electric generator.
And they also need a way to power the wing.
“What’s cool about flying is that you can control all these things,” said Shanks.
“So, you could have a rocket engine on the inside and a carbon fiber rocket engine at the front.
That’s the basic principle of flying cars.”
The idea of flying car was one of those sci-fiction ideas that’s been the subject to plenty of study.
“This is a perfect example of the kind of thing you can’t do without a real-world example,” Shanks said.
“It was very difficult to get a real flying car to fly.
So, we decided to invent a real flight vehicle.”
The car design was built around the concept of carbon fiber as the material used to make wings, but also the idea that carbon fibers can be made in bulk and reused.
The team of engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, used an advanced composite material, Kevlar, to make the X, which is also called carbon fiber and carbon nanotubes.
They designed it to be lightweight and to be strong.
And because carbon fiber is incredibly strong, it could be made of any material and used in any application, like in the construction of spacecraft or spacecraft components.
The X-38B, as it was named, is one of several X-planes NASA is using to test the X wing and other new technologies.
The car was designed by Shanks’ team to be able to take off vertically and then land horizontally.
“You can take it anywhere, and then you could build another X-plane and make a second one,” Shinks said.
So far, the X car is able to land vertically, but it’s also been able to fly for short periods of time.
NASA is testing the X wings and other technology in an X-wing X-ray plane that it developed.
It is also working on the next-generation X-39B aircraft that will have a new generation of wings and can fly vertically.
“We’ve got a huge opportunity here to do a lot of things,” Shanski said.
The next step, he said, is to build the X plane and fly it on the X jet, which will take off from Cape Canaveral and then fly to a test site in the Mojave Desert.
It will take about a week to build and test.
The plane is designed to take one of NASA’s X-wings to a landing site and then take it back to the Mojavik Test Range.
The jet’s engines are made of carbon composite, and NASA is developing an engine that can burn up to 1,000 pounds of carbon.
The engines will be able burn the fuel from a nearby landfill, and when they’re finished, they can be sent to the launch site and put into the rocket.
NASA’s goal is to test these technologies before putting them