With the first commercial flight tickets to the moon already purchased, we're entering an era where people are just going to fly to space like we live in a prologue to Blade Runner. The NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory gets it and they're ready. They've made travel posters for locations across the solar system, as well as exoplanets in celebration of NASA's big announcement about Earth-like planets near the star TRAPPIST-1 last week.
The gorgeous posters have a similar style to the Mars job recruitment series they shared last year. They're actually an extension of the "Exoplanet Travel Bureau" series the JPL shared back in 2015. They're fun, boasting slogans like "Queen of the Asteroid Belt." Though, there's a dark undertone to them. Humans haven't even been to the moon in about 45 years. If you're taking a trip to any of these destinations far past the moon, you're not coming back.