Zoom in and try to find Elon Musk in new space station photo of SpaceX

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South Padre Island and Boca Chica can be seen in this image shared by NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough from the International Space Station. SpaceX is developing and testing its Super Heavy rocket and Starship spacecraft from Boca Chica.

Shane Kimbrough via Twitter

Can you see Elon Musk from this photo?

NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough recently captured Boca Chica from the International Space Station. This area of South Texas, located across the ship channel from South Padre Island, is where SpaceX is developing the Super Heavy rocket and Starship spacecraft that could one day take humans to the moon and Mars.

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“Hello South Padre Island, Port Isabel, and Starbase, Texas! Can you find @SpaceX’s South Texas facility and launch site in the pic?”  Kimbrough said on Twitter.

Starbase is what Musk likes to call the Boca Chica area. He’s erected a massive Starbase sign and hopes to incorporate it into the city of Starbase, Texas, though this has not happened yet.

He was quick to respond to Kimbrough.

“Hello @Space_Station, great pic!” Musk said. “(That’s me waving).”

Kimbrough arrived to the space station on April 24 in a different SpaceX vehicle — the Crew Dragon capsule. He will return to Earth next month.