SpaceX loves to annoy our fantasies by releasing renderings of his future spaceships that do extraordinary things, like chilling on Mars or racing around the moon.
Founder Elon Musk gave us more eye candy on Monday by tweeting a rendition of the moon-ridden stainless steel spaceship.
The picture shows a spaceship with a moon hill rising behind it and the earth glowing in the dark. Musk responded to a question from asking if Starship could have landed in an area that is not completely flat, like the surface of the moon. He says it will.
SpaceX is currently planning to invite Starship with artists andin 2023, but it is not planned that this mission will actually land on the lunar surface. The spacecraft is still in its early stages of development. A prototype "Hopper" made its first small test jumps in early April
Musk also tweeted an updated rendition of the shiny version of Starship near a human settlement on Mars. Previous visions for Starship showed a design that looked more like a modernized Space Shuttle.
SpaceX had a long-term goal of bringing people to the Red Planet. We hope that a potential Mars city actually looks so cool.
The images of Mars and Moon have a "1" for Mars and a "4" for the Moon in the corner. Maybe they are part of a presentation, so we wonder what happened to 2 and 3.
These pretty pictures are far from reality, but they give space fans a lot of dreams when it comes to the hope of a world outside the world for humanity.