In Presence of the Moon Nobody Sees Stars.
In Presence of the Moon Nobody Sees Stars is a 168 pages book about the Apollo Space Program. I was working on this book for weeks now and just like my previous NASA based, À l'Endroit - À l'Envers project or my Documerica series, all photographs in this book are from the common rights NASA Archives and from other US Administrations.
In recent years I have really become passionate about astronomy, the role of Man in space and all the possibilities opened by this wonderful field to explore. And especially the "golden years" of the NASA represented by the race with the USSR to be the first humans to land on the moon.
That's why I decided to make this book. The Apollo mission astronauts are real heroes and have made millions of people dream, hope, all around the globe, I owe them a lot.
All the photographs presented in this book were taken directly by the astronauts themselves from space and the moon.
All photography are exclusively taken by astronauts themselves from the differents Apollo spaceships or directly from the moon; except crews photographies and the photography of the Apollo 13’s Mission Control Center (MCC)
I want to thanks all those wonderful astronauts: Wally Schirra, Donn Eisele, Walter Cunningham, Frank Borman, James Lovell, William Anders, James McDivitt, David Scott, Rusty Schweickart, Thomas Stafford, John Young, Eugene Cernan, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, Pete Conrad, Richard Gordon, Alan Bean, Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert, Fred Haise, Alan Shepard, Stuart Roosa, Edgar MItchell, Alfred Worden, James Irwin, Ken Mattingly, Charles Duke, Ronald Evans & Harrison Schmitt
Also thanks to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of giving me the opportunity to make this book, even though all the photography in this book are copyright-free nothing could be possible if the NASA websites weren’t amazing.
If you liked this book, I've made an other one earlier this year about the Apollo space program & the life inside and outside of space, please check out: À l'Endroit - À l'Envers.
Finally feel free to send me an email if you need any HD images or interview. Also I'm looking for a publication house for this book (or for the Documerica Series) so feel free to send me an email.
Thanks. PS: Can we go to Mars now, please?