NASA and Google will launch a space tourism initiative to China that will allow the two companies to explore the country’s space program.
The announcement Monday comes amid a broader Chinese push to expand its space exploration capabilities, including launching satellites and launching satellites into orbit.
The Chinese space agency is already working on a plan to launch its own satellite.
The launch is a major step for Google, which has been trying to attract Chinese visitors to its search engine by showing them virtual tours of its headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.
China has long sought to build up its space program, and the Chinese space station, the Xichang-1, is a key component.
But China has struggled to get its satellites to orbit, and its government has said that its space station will eventually be fully operational.
Google has been working on its own space program since 2014, when it acquired a small satellite company that made navigation devices.
It then launched a commercial satellite in 2021 and partnered with a Chinese company, ChinaSat, to launch a small robotic satellite in 2022.
The companies have also partnered on satellite launches, and Google has launched its own two spacecraft.
But the X-band satellite, China’s first space communications satellite, was launched in the 2020s.
In 2019, Google launched its first spacecraft into orbit, the Global Positioning System-3 (GPS-3), which is an advanced satellite system that uses signals from satellites to calculate coordinates and send them to a ground station.
Google says the XGS-3 satellite is the company’s first to operate in the low-Earth orbit.
Google said the XGSS-3 will be a communications and navigation satellite.
China is planning to launch another satellite, the ChinaSat-3, by 2025.
Google will also launch the Chinese Space Station, a space station that will be similar to NASA’s orbiting space station in the United States.
The XGS is the first space station launched by China, but the company said it is not planning to send a human on the station for the first time until 2021.
Google plans to use the XGBoost satellite to deliver internet and other services to the station, but Google said it will also use its own satellites to help with the station’s communications.
Google also plans to launch the XgTango satellite, which will use the same low-frequency radio that Google uses for voice-powered devices.
Google, Google Fiber and Amazon have been investing heavily in developing and deploying technology that can support Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Google Fiber will deploy its own wireless Internet service in its fiber-optic network to allow more people to access its services.
Amazon is launching its own Wi-Fi service, which it said will be available by 2021.
The two companies said they are working to develop a new cloud computing platform for commercial Internet applications.