Stay up to date with these 16 accounts
Editor Note: The following accounts and people help us stay up to date on Starbase and the larger, Global Space Industry. The list in not meant to be comprehensive and can be updated as needed based on recommendations. Please submit additions or edits via the comments on the bottom on the page. Many thanks to those involved with the content creation of these accounts, without you we’d be ignorant. Special thanks to Michael P. of the SpaceX Boca Chica Group for recommending several of these accounts.
The SpaceX Boca Chica Facebook group is the best group online for staying up to date on the development, testing and upcoming launch activity at Starbase. With over 50,000 members passionately commenting and posting about Starbase and other relevant information this group is extremely helpful for staying connected with the progress at Starbase.
With multiple 24/7 livestreams on Youtube, LabPadre is an excellent resource for staying up to day. The weekly condensed and narrated updates also provide a great way to get the highlights efficiently.
RGV Aerial is a consistent contributor of flyover videos with wonderfully detailed and explanatory graphics which outline and call out the various facilities and buildings at Starbase.
Starship Gazer takes and posts fantastic pictures and videos of Starbase. They often break news about new development and progress.
The proclaimed OG of boca chica beach, CNunez post stunning pictures of Starbase and the surrounding area.
CSI Starbase goes deep into the technical developments at Starbase and sheds light on the complexities being overcome by the engineers at Starbase.
CJessica does a great job hosting live streams and posting content regularly from Starbase. Her authentic and unique approach is very appreciated.
All links: https://allmylinks.com/jessicakirsh
Featuring high quality, well edited videos Marcus House provides a detailed look at the current space industry from a broader perspective and dives deep into SpaceX, Artemis and more.
Lunar Caveman is focused on “Moon to Mars” and is located at Cape Canaveral.
Michael Baylor is @Nextspaceflight and live streams for NASASpaceFlight. He’s also created https://nextspaceflight.com/ which makes keeping up with launches globally possible.
Launch Tracking Webapp: https://nextspaceflight.com/
NASA SpaceFlight works with local photographers around the world to get exclusive content and provides coverage on the major players in the Space Industry including Starbase.
Anthony is a partner and operation of Rocket Ranch and Rocket Ranch Outpost. He posts awesome photos and video of Starbase and the surrounding areas.
As the “first neighbor” of Starbase, Maria used to live in Boca Chica village where she began documenting SpaceX and development of Starship.
Mostly covering the Cape, Greg, who also works with Marcus house, posts stunning photos to twitter and his own website.
Farry Faz posts aerial and historic photos of Cape Canaveral and the SpaceX Florida operations.
A relative newcomer with stream starting November 24th, this camera features line of site of the super orbital launch pad.