Google is about to let users take on a lab that’s about to go to space.

The company says the Elevate Labs is a “space elevator simulator,” and that it will launch in the second half of the year.

Elevate Lab will be “the first space elevator simulator on Android.”

Users will be able to navigate through a “totally different experience,” with “three dimensions, a 3D space, a realistic view of the sky, and a realistic 3D printer.”

Google says the simulator will “enable you to experience all the thrill of spaceflight,” but that “the real thrill of exploring the universe is waiting for you.”

The app’s launch comes after Google announced its plans to let people make their own space elevator.

The space elevator program will begin this fall, Google said in a blog post on Wednesday.

The company has been working on this project for about a year, and the company says it expects to launch the app by the end of the summer.

Google is also working on a new version of its Earth science app, which will also be available as an elevator simulator.

The app lets users search for weather information in “real time” and “see where you are in the atmosphere as you go up,” Google said.