When you think of NASA and our current rush to the stars, images of shiny Mars rovers or a speeding ISS come to mind. But the ghostly remnants of the United States’ space race still remains and photographer and professor Roland Miller has spend decades documenting their slow deterioration.
His book, titled Abandoned in Place: Preserving America’s Space History, features color photographs of NASA, Air Force, and Military facilities over more than 20 years, and half of the facilities photographed for the book no longer exist. Roland helped fund his project through Kickstarter and is now selling the book through the University of New Mexico Press. These are just a few stunning shots from the collection. You can see even more great photos over at The Guardian as well.
Top Image: Sunrise, Atlas Launch Complex 13, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, 1992.
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