Retro Mars Tourism Posters by SpaceX

May 21, 2015

Category: Living

Even if the women on Mars don’t have three breasts (apparently Total Recall was not a documentary), there’s surely a plethora of people out there who’d like to visit the red planet. Even if the lack of oxygen is a bummer, we’re thinking these vintage-style Mars tourism posters will lure a few honeymooners away from Maui by 2030 or so.

Conjuring up kind of a 50s sci-fi vibe, the artwork depicts Valles Marineris, a system of canyons that span the Martian equator; Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system; and Mars’ two moons, Phobos and Deimos, both thought to be captured asteroids. The posters come courtesy of SpaceX, the California-based aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company that was just approved to launch most of the US’ scientific space missions.

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