About We Report Space

About We Report Space
The founding members of We Report Space pose in front of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket prior to the CRS-8 mission. Photo credit: John Studwell.

We Report Space: Get an insider’s look at the current state of the US Space Program, go behind the scenes at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, and see how cutting edge technology and photography techniques meld to create stunning images and videos of launches from the closest possible vantage points.  In addition to amazing launch photography, relive the experiences of other everyday people invited to be a part of the NASA Social program, and given front-row access to report on what’s new in space.

What We Report

We Report Space covers NASA, SpaceX, United Launch Alliance and Orbital ATK missions from Cape Canaveral, Florida and Wallops Island, Virginia.  Our accredited photography team has access to set cameras at each active launch pad, sometimes just a few dozen yards from the most powerful rockets currently in use.

Why Social Media Matters

We found right away that NASA’s social media efforts were like magic.  Instead of reaching several hundred guests who came to a launch or maybe a few thousand who watched it on NASA TV, you’ve helped us reach millions of people.  You are the eyes and ears of people around the world.”  – Charles Bolden, NASA Administrator.

Our Team

Bill Jelen
Michael Seeley
Photographer, Clearances Manager
Jared Haworth, during a book signing for We Report Space at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. Photo credit: Mark Usciak.
Jared Haworth
Senior Photo Editor
Mary Ellen Jelen
Andrew Albosta
Wallops Photographer
Dawn Haworth
Instagram Specialist
Will Smoot
Will Smoot
Wallops Correspondent
Michelle Hansen at SpaceX Launch Complex 39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
Michelle Hansen
VAFB/JPL Correspondent