Space tourism may still be a distant fantasy, but what's the harm in dreaming? What will it be like to land on those planets we have always been fascinated with? What will it be like to step foot upon the unknown?
NASA has recently rolled out a series of retro posters which will want you to explore the big, beautiful Universe. This new set of 'Visions of the Future' posters are an extension of the 'Exoplanet Travel Bureau' series published in 2015.
Designed within the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the posters depict planets and moons in our Solar System that humans, or more likely robots, will potentially one day visit.
Check out these gorgeous new space-themed travel posters:
The first poster- The Grand Tour commemorates Nasa’s Voyager mission, which sent back breathtaking images while exploring Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune using the gravity of each planet.
The second poster called ‘Enceladus', features one of Saturn’s moons.‘ Visit Beautiful Southern Enceladus’ reads the poster, with a display of a couple and their pet standing on the icy cosmic body.
And the last one titled 'Mars' is filled with images of rockets, planes and agriculture, hinting that we finally found evidence that the Red planet is habitable.
In case you missed out the similar sort of vintage posters last year, here they are:
Experience the Gravity of a Super Earth
Kepler-186 f - Where the Grass is Always Redder
Relax on Kepler-16b - Where your shadow always has company
PSO J318.5-22 - Where the Nightlife Never Ends