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Episode 2: Bill Ingalls – NASA Photographer

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Episode 2: Bill Ingalls – NASA Photographer

We speak with NASA photographer Bill Ingalls. Ingalls, who has worked with NASA for over three decades, tells us about his technique, the highlights of his career and how he documents the space journey, giving us a chance to see what otherwise would be nearly impossible.

Ingalls shares a tale of an iconic photo of President Bill Clinton showing John F. Kennedy, Jr., and his wife Carolyn Bessette the portrait of JFK during a White House showing of Tom Hank’s HBO film series From Earth to the Moon, the story about his toasty Canon DSLR, which made national headlines and he continues to keep in his office as well as the some of is favorite shots, including the MAVEN launch, seen here below.

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