SCOTT KELLY is a former military fighter pilot and test pilot, an engineer, a retired astronaut, and a retired U.S. Navy captain. A veteran of four space flights, Kelly commanded the International Space Station on three expeditions and was a member of the yearlong mission to the ISS. During the Year in Space mission, he set records for the total accumulated number of days spent in space and for the single longest space mission by an American astronaut. He lives in Houston, Texas.
"Gorgeously produced . . . stunning . . . a revelation . . . Kelly has created a magnificent union of art and science." --Booklist
"[Scott Kelly's] pictures of Peruvian volcanoes, the rift
lakes of Mongolia, and salt pans in the Willard Bay of the Great
Salt Lake are really like nothing you can imagine . . .
breathtaking." --The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Gorgeous . . . Kelly documents incredible moments on his journey." --Locke Hughes, NBC News "In vivid, breathtaking, photographic detail, [Scott Kelly] records the vastness and stillness of space, and the unparalleled and mysterious beauty of the big, blue marble we call Earth. Explorers, science geeks and environmentalists alike will find what they seek in Infinite Wonder." --Signature "Kelly captures the vastness of the universe and juxtaposes it with the beauty of Earth." --The Florida Times-Union "[Infinite Wonder] makes a great companion to his recent memoir Endurance or a good stand-alone showpiece." --Sarah Lewin, Science Insider News
"A stunning coffee table book." --Diane La Rue, The Citizen