If you can't wait until 2026 — the year SpaceX founder Elon Musk says he'll have humans on Mars (or won't be able to afford it when the time comes) — take a trip now via Google Maps.

As TechCrunch explains, you can zoom out of the Earth view in the latest version of Google Maps into a frame of stars that clicks into shots of the moon and Mars.

Here are the instructions via TechCrunch:

1. Go to Google Maps.
2. Click the Google Earth option.
3. Wait for the map to load in 3D and start zooming out as far as you can.
4. Make sure the Explore tab is open.
5. Once you've zoomed out, options for the moon and Mars should appear at the bottom of your screen.

You can also check out an annotated version of the map complete with Apollo missions here.