We are all aware of SpaceX's ambitious plan to bring people to Mars and colonize the red planet. The project, which was announced in 2016, revolves around the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR), which builds the company for transporting people and cargo between Earth and Mars.
Last year at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC), SpaceX chief Elon Musk described in detail how the BFRs are operating to establish human presence on Mars, and now Paul Wooster, Principal Mars Development Engineer of the US Company, given more insight into these efforts. 
When Wooster lectured at the Mars Society Convention on August 25, 2018, Wooster repeated the deadlines of the company's goals to the first unmanned and manned missions to start on the Martian surface. SpaceX will launch two unmanned BFRs in 2022 and will launch follow-up orders with four more missiles two years later.
The first two-BFR mission will provide critical infrastructure for colonization and identify potential resources and threats. Then, in 2024, four BFRs, two of which will be manned, will be used to bring more equipment and supplies and the first colonists to the red planet.
In this 30-minute talk, Wooster emphasized the technical aspects of the first Mars top landing and the factors to consider when choosing a location to create a self-sustaining Martian colony. However, the most interesting part of the presentation was the fact that the first BFR spacecraft with life support systems is likely to remain on the planet, giving the first colonizers a place to live.
"Early on they are very valuable on the surface of Mars," said Wooster in the presentation, CNET reported, "They would actually leave most ships and they would use the various systems to support their activities. Very early you would be there indefinitely. "
So far, it was not clear how the first Mars visitors would begin building the habitats, but this suggests that they would probably operate on the BFR spacecraft while setting up a first base and landing pad for The first habitats would be built by using solar power, and once this is done, a local fuel system will be built with carbon dioxide and water that will eventually lead to the mineral mining and terraforming of our neighboring planet
The ability The BFR would be able to support the development and expansion of a colony on Mars, but it remains to be seen whether the development and test flights of the rocket will remain on track for the first flights in 2022