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About the Book
We Report Space is a year-long pictorial look at today’s space program at Kennedy Space Center. This book traces the crew of 37 people invited to watch the SpaceX CRS-3 mission via the NASA Social program and their future exploits. In addition to stunning launch photography, see and hear their experiences with SpaceX, Boeing, and United Launch Alliance. Take a ride on the Crawler and a trip to the roof of the Vehicle Assembly Building. Includes essays on the experiences of these normal every day people as they gain access to Kennedy Space Center.
- 160 page book.
- Full color.
- Printed in the USA.
- Covers launches from March 2014 to December 2015.
- Personal essays on impressions of NASA’s Social Media program and current state of spaceflight.
About the Contributors
Myeashea Alexander specializes in biological anthropology and science outreach and runs the blog The Rockstar Anthropologist. Read more at http://therockstaranthropologist.wordpress.com
Sean Costello is a technology entrepreneur with a love of studying complex systems and processes, bringing learned lessons back to help teams and leaders of all industries sharpen their game. Sean has been covering launches at KSC since STS-134 and was a member of the TDRS-K #NASASocial. Find him at SeanInMotion.ca and @SeanInMotion on Twitter.
Linda Seid Frembes is a writer, content marketer, and aspiring photographer. Since the STS-134 Tweetup, she has been a shameless NASA fangirl, spreading awareness of the space program to anyone who will listen. See her photos at http://photos.frembes.com and follow her on Twitter @tenpixels.
Dawn Haworth is a middle school student in North Carolina and handles the @wereportspace Instagram account.
Jared Haworth serves as senior photo editor for We Report Space (book and website) and runs a software development company in his spare time. See more of his photography at http://wehadtoday.com/jared or on Instagram @wehadtodayphoto.
Mike Howard is a Space Coast native with more than 20 years of professional photographic experience. Contact him at www.cocoabeachphotography.com.
Bill Jelen writes books about Excel and runs MrExcel.com.
Kelli Klymenko is an artist, storyteller, photographer, teacher, yogi, husband, father, science affcionado, and free thinker. View his work online at http://kelliklymenko.com, on Facebook under Artist-KelliKlymenko, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram @kelliklymenko.
Jordan Koschei is a designer and writer. He serves as managing editor at The Industry and director of user experience at Fusion. More of his writing can be found online at https://medium.com/@jordankoschei
Margaret Mason is on a first-name basis with a flock of astronauts. She works in IT in Tennessee.
Lisa O’Malley embraces the adventurous spirit of NASA and is rmly passionate about innovation and the big human picture. Her day job: experience and content designer in the tech industry. Her dream job: blogging from space. She lives in San Diego with her husband and son.
Vic Ruth hails from Minneapolis. His hobbies include astronomy, fishing, and spending time with family. His earliest memories of the space program include the Apollo 13 incident, the Skylab missions, and, his favorite, being at KSC when Discovery made her final landing.
Sandy Sandmeyer grew up watching the shuttles on TV until she moved from Connecticut to Florida and she could watch them lift off in the sky from Tampa Bay. She was a witness to the Challenger disaster in January 1986, where the clear blue sky was marred with the plume of the explosion for the whole day. She is a blogger at www.sandyspov.net.
Michael Seeley is the VP of development at the Florida Institute of Technology. Some of his photos have been featured by USA Today, The Guardian, Smithsonian Magazine, and The Weather Channel. Find him online at www.mseeley.net.
JD Taylor has been present at a wide array of historic space events stretching back to the first Space Shuttle launch. He is the founder of USA in Space, an interest group based in Washington, DC, and has appeared on CNN’s New Day program to report on the ORB-3 mishap. Visit USAinSpace.com or follow him on Facebook and Twitter @USAinSpace.
Amy Thompson is a science writer living in Orlando. Her work has been featured in Air & Space Magazine, The Verge, ArsTechnica, IFLS, Rocket- STEM, Science Alert, and SpaceFlight Insider. She is owned by three parrots and is an avid crocheter.