SpaceX acquires new photos of Starship landing sites with Mars-orbiting NASA satellite
SpaceX has begun looking for Starship landing sites on Mars. 2022 is only 3 years away! https://t.co/rQJ417j02Z — Ian Atkinson (@IanPineapple) September 1, 2019 September 1, 2019 An overview of a potential Mars base built around the MARSHA habitat design. (AI SpaceFactory & PLOMP) A mosaic of six prospective Starship landing site images, taken for SpaceX over the summer of 2019 by NASA’s HiRISE spacecraft. (NASA/HiRISE/Teslarati) Check out Teslarati’s newsletters for prompt updates, on-the-ground perspectives, and unique glimpses of SpaceX’s rocket launch and recovery processes.