is] an unparalleled love letter to the Space Shuttle era of NASA. Photographer Michael Soluri’s intimate images capture the bravery, the humanity, the hopes, dreams, trials and tribulations of all those involved. This marvelous body of work and the book's poignant essays serve to humanize the sometimes-inaccessible, unreachable and unrelatable world of space flight. And, of course, looking at photos of space stuff is always just really, really cool. (Denver Post
About the Author
Michael Soluri is a New York City-based photographer and author. His photography has appeared in Time
, and Wired UK
as well as numerous other US, European, and Brazilian publications. He is the coauthor and picture editor of What’s Out There: Images from Here to the Edge of the Universe
and Cosmos: Images from Here to the Edge of the Universe
, each published in nine languages. Visit him at MichaelSoluri.com.
As part of the Mercury Seven, John H. Glenn became one of America's first astronauts.