CEO and founder Tesla, SpaceX and The Boring Company, Elon Musk, posted on their official Twitter a picture of Starship ship, who wants to ship to Mars with crew on board.
Musk also shared a few rocket details in the second tweet: "This is for suborbital testing of VTOL [despegue y aterrizaje vertical], The Orbital version is taller, has thicker metal edges (not wrinkled), and the nose part with a soft curve. "
"This is a real photo, not a computer," explained Musk.
These suborbital tests could be carried out in February, he explained. And when we have a chance to see an orbital version, Musk argues that this may happen in June.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 11, 2019
On the Moon and Mars
As for Space Trips, SpaceX plans to use the rocket to carry out human mission on the Moon in 2023 and March 2024.
He also sees that the ship has revolutionized transport here on Earth, moving people from one part of the world to another in less than an hour.
But for now, the company has to overcome these first tests so that it can move to the next level, meeting all quality requirements.