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Michael Soluri

Documentary Photographer

Michael Soluri

Documentary Photographer

Michael Soluri is a New York City-based documentary photographer, speaker and the author of Infinite Worlds: the People and Places of Space Exploration (Simon & Schuster). His most recent work seeks to capture the humanity and art of human and robotic spaceflight.

Based on his 3 years of unprecedented access to the last shuttle based serice mission to the Hubble Space Telescope, his photographs have been exhibited in "Outside the Spacecraft: 50 years of EVA" at the National Air & Space Museum, "Hubble@25", at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York and in the space shuttle Atlantis pavillion at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Since 2005 he has also been documenting the people and places of the New Horizons mission to the Pluto system and Kuiper Belt. As a result of the highly successful encounter on 14 July 2015, images from his documentation have most recently appeared on the front page of the New York Times (19 July 2015), and the print and on-line magazines WIRED, Smithsonian, New Scientist, Huffington Post Highline, Ciel et Espace. 

 

 

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