Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut for the ESA, is currently aboard the International Space Station. He recently shared some breathtaking images of Aurora Astralis (Southern Lights). Continue reading »
According to a photographer Karen Jerzyk: “As a part of her “The Lonely Astronaut” photographic series (started in 2017), I used the empty New York City streets as a futuristic dystopian backdrop to accompany a single lone astronaut during the covid pandemic. Using my friend’s 12-year-old daughter, Kiera, in the astronaut suit, I visited otherwise extremely populated areas like Times Square, The Brooklyn Bridge, and Chinatown.” Continue reading »
If you didn’t hear yet for brilliant Karen Jerzyk, a professional photographer based out of the Boston area, then let us introduce her through this playful ongoing series and unique project which explores themes of loneliness and isolation – ‘The Lonely Astronaut.’ Continue reading »
French astronaut Thomas Pesquet has the change to take part, since the November 17th 2016, to the Proxima mission. He currently lives during 6 months in the International Space Station until May 2017. He shares his experience on the social networks make us also discovering the beauty of our little Blue Planet. Continue reading »
Photographer Aaron Sheldon’s son originally got the idea to dress up like one of these tough rocketeers when he was afraid during a check-up. But Sheldon took his son’s statement and ran with it. The project took on a bigger meaning when he noticed that a kid’s entire life is like a mini mission to Mars: Their universe is totally alien, and everything they encounter is awe-inspiring. Continue reading »
Fukushima stalker-girl walking down the street of Tokyo. Photo by Justin Pell.