Photographer Michael Soluri got behind the scenes and into the lives of the people who supported, directed, and flew the historic, final shuttle mission that saved and extended the life of the Hubble Space Telescope. History was unfolding and Michael was determined to discover the art in human and robotic spaceflight. A Moab paper “Master” and a Chimera Lighting “Visionary” he is a New York City-based photographer, author and former assistant professor of photography. His editorial work has appeared in print and electronic media like TIME, NPR, Discover Magazine and WIRED UK as well as numerous other U.S., European, and Brazilian fashion and feature story publications. Work from Infinite Worlds is currently being exhibited in “Hubble@25” at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York, the space shuttle Atlantis pavilion at the Kennedy Space Center and in January “EVA at 50” at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.