Since the rocket’s predecessor was first announced in September 2017, Starship has undergone numerous design changes and transformed into today fully-reusable stainless steel leviathan.
But with the first commercial flights not expected until 2021 at the earliest, size comparisons have so far been unclear.
The spaceship will measure somewhere close to 400ft (121m) in height, 30ft (9m) across, and offer space to send more than 150 tons or 100 people into space.
Wednesday’s image helps put all that in perspective. As noted by a Twitter user mattwgn1983 the top of the two giant tanks shows two workers getting the future of space travel ready to go.