You may not know the name of Bill Ingalls, but I have seen some of his work. That star is illuminated by a rocket fire, written on the stars illuminated by the moon.
Ingalls was a NASA contract photographer who celebrated the 60th anniversary of Monday for 29 years, witnessing the most spectacular moment of the space agency and witnessing the world.
I may remember his picture SpaceX It will be released earlier this year.. Or his photograph of a ghostly space shuttle Or his virus image in 2011 After
It started when Ingalls, now 54 years old, had a summer internship at NASA 's Communications Office in 1987. I was at Waynesburg University near Pittsburgh. . "This summer I showed that it is a really fascinating, exciting and interesting topic that I can accomplish what I love," Ingalls says.
In 1989, Ingalls signed NASA as a travel guided by photographer entrepreneur, Alaska volcano mouth. Flat landscape in Kazakhstan where the Russian space ship Soyuz launches and landed. The following is an edited copy of our speech.
Have you been interested in space early in life?
Ingalls: I was born in the early '60s. I remember being a young boy when I landed on the moon. I was fascinated …
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