Ars talks NASA's Hubble repair missions with photographer Michael Soluri
Ars Technica talks with photographer Michael Soluri about his experience behind the scenes of NASA's Hubble repair missions, and we talk to Eric Boehm, Aviation curator at the Intrepid Sea, Space & Air museum about the photos on display.
|All images © Michael Soluri|
A portion of Infinite Worlds was shot on film (Hasselblad), and Soluri was required to wear a clean suit when shooting the tools due to the sensitivity of the mission. Soluri shot many other photos for NASA's New Horizon Pluto mission on a Canon 5DS, a 50 megapixel camera, to complete the project. - said Ars on his article -
- Featuring photos by Michael Soluri (website) from his book "Infinite Worlds".
- Read the full article on arstechnica.com/science
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