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Photo via Flickr/SpaceX
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Retro-style posters are always cool, and these SpaceX posters promoting travel to Mars are a great nod to classic travel posters or even the best old-school sci-fi book jackets.

On Friday, SpaceX tweeted a link to its Flickr account, which features the three new retro styles.

Each poster features a different aspect of the Red Planet, including the Valles Marineris (pictured to the right), the supersized canyon system, 2,500 miles long and up to four miles deep in spots, that dwarfs the Grand Canyon; Mars’ twin moons, Phobos and Deimos; and the Olympus Mons, the “largest volcano in the solar system,” according to NASA, that could fit “the entire chain of Hawaiian islands (from Kauai to Hawaii)” inside.

SpaceX labeled the posters courtesy of the “Mars Colonization and Tourism Assoc.” Check out the other posters below:

 

Photo via Flickr/SpaceX
Photo via Flickr/SpaceX
Photo via Flickr/SpaceX
Photo via Flickr/SpaceX
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