It’s a project you’ve probably heard of before, but it’s not quite what you’d expect from the name.
Lazarus is a project aiming to use virtual reality technology to simulate spaceflight, but its origins go way back.
Its creator is a former military pilot, and the project is set to become the first to fly in space on the new Orion capsule.
The Lazarus team is aiming to fly the capsule by 2025, with the first Orion crewed mission to take place in 2021.
It’s unclear when the Lazurus mission will happen, but the project has received some backing from some prominent people, including NASA.
But you might not have heard of Lazarus, or at least you might have thought you did.
Its mission is the brainchild of a former NASA employee, and its origins are a bit more obscure.
What Lazarus and the Orion capsule project are aiming to do is take what’s currently a fairly boring technology to the next level.
Lazurus is a virtual reality headset that takes what’s known as a virtual environment, or VR, and turns it into an immersive, 3D environment.
The idea behind VR headsets is that you can’t physically look at the world you’re in, but instead you get a virtual image of it.
For example, if you’re inside a VR headset, you might be able to see the floor of a room.
This image can then be projected onto a virtual space, where you can interact with objects in a virtual 3D space.
For the Orion crew capsule, Lazarus’ mission will be to use this virtual reality to simulate the flight of a crewed Orion capsule on a future Orion capsule mission.
This is a relatively small mission, and there are no specific goals set for Lazarus.
But Lazarus has been working on this project for quite some time, and in 2017 the company announced it had developed a prototype.
It was then announced that Lazarus had partnered with Lockheed Martin to help develop a VR system that would be able give crewed astronauts the sense of being immersed in a VR environment.
This was announced by Lockheed Martin, who said the VR headset would be compatible with the Orion, and would provide the Orion with a sense of real-time VR experience.
The project has been a bit of a mystery, but now that Lazurus has secured NASA’s support, it’s a bit clearer why you should get involved.
Lazars VR system will be used to fly astronauts in a simulated spaceflight Orion capsule, according to the company’s press release.
Lazares VR headset is the first prototype designed to work in a realistic virtual environment.
Using the technology, Lazurus will simulate the crewed flight of an Orion capsule using a combination of VR, positional tracking, and inertial navigation to allow crewed crewed missions to be launched.
The Orion capsule has been designed to have the capability to land on the Moon and Mars, and will be capable of delivering cargo to the International Space Station and other destinations.
This will be done using Orion’s own propulsion systems, which will be powered by a new type of propulsion technology called cryogenic propulsion, and a new thruster system called Orion’s Advanced Crew Booster.
Orion has already flown two crewed flights in orbit, and NASA expects that the next Orion mission will begin in 2021, which is when the capsule will be able launch astronauts into low-Earth orbit.
This capsule will then be used for several missions, including the first flight of the Orion itself.
The next mission will then include a crew of four, to go to Mars.
Lazaris VR headset will be a key component in the Orion spacecraft, which should provide astronauts with the ability to feel the virtual environment of spaceflight.
NASA has partnered with Lazarus to develop the Orion VR headset and will then launch the system into space, according a press release from NASA.
This system will enable the Orion to fly its astronauts in an immersive virtual environment where they can interact, communicate, and even create simulations of space missions that will allow the crew to experience the experience as if they were actually inside a space vehicle.
NASA is not saying when Lazarus VR headset could be used, but according to a press statement, NASA has already been in discussions with Lazurus about the technology and that it will be ready for use by 2024.
NASA will use the VR system to simulate how astronauts might interact with their Orion capsule in order to help prepare for future missions to the moon and Mars.
The development of the technology was funded by NASA and Lockheed Martin.
NASA’s goal with this project is to develop a technology that could be incorporated into future Orion missions, as well as eventually make the Orion reusable and provide crewed transportation.
This technology would also allow the Orion astronauts to experience what it would be like to live in an artificial environment, rather than living in a simulation.
This new technology could help pave the way for more immersive experiences on future missions, and could also help with the