Last week's return of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, marks the end of the NASA Shuttle program. So, we thought it timely to check in with photographer and Moab Master, Michael Soluri, who has documented the final few years of the shuttle program.
A really cool photo essay was recently published online in NPR's The Picture Show gallery. Back in 1972 Soluri photographed the workers behind the scenes at Kennedy Space Center. These striking B&W images detail the jobs of NASA technicians and engineers.
For something a little different, Time Magazine published a collection of Soluri's work covering the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in West Virginia.
As the space shuttles find their new permanent homes around the US, expect to see a lot more from Soluri in the coming months.