An Evening with NASA: Space Exploration Through the Shutter
Aired On: Feb 27, 2014
Mark Sowa discusses the wide range of multimedia products produced by his team at NASA that not only record humankind's efforts in space exploration, but also inspire the public.
Photographer Mark Sowa is the supervisor of NASA’s Imagery Acquisition Group at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. He has photographed 45 crew portraits, countless individual astronaut portraits, documented engineering and astronaut training aboard NASA's reduced‑gravity aircraft, and dived over 1,300 times while photographing suited extravehicular training underwater in NASA...
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PhotographerPhotographer Mark Sowa is the supervisor of NASA’s Imagery Acquisition Group at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.