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Orbital Planes: A Personal Vision of the Space Shuttle

A project in Ogden, UT by Roland Miller

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A book of Space Shuttle photographs by Roland Miller
Backers: 433
Average Pledge Per Backer: $110

Funded: $47,650 of $25,000
Dates: Sep 30th -> Nov 1st (33 days)
Project By: Roland Miller
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Latest News

10 Hours Left to Back Orbital Planes Kickstarter

November 1st - via:
Thanks to everyone who has supported the Orbital Planes Kickstarter! There are less than 10 hours left to back the project, which ends at 10 pm EDT tonight.  If you are already a backer and know anyone who might be interested, please send them the... (Read More)

Final hours to back Orbital Planes!

October 30th - via:
Just a few hours left to back Orbital Planes! One of my goals with the Orbital Planes project has been to show details and aspects of the... (Read More)

Final Week to Back Orbital Planes!

October 25th - via:
We are in the final seven days of the Orbital Planes Kickstarter campaign. If you have already supported the book, you have my heartfelt thanks! If not there is still time to back this book project. Below is an image from the book of the flame trench... (Read More)

Add-ons Added!

October 20th - via:
I have received many requests from backers to get copies of either Interior Space or Abandoned in Place along with Orbital Planes.  To facilitate this, I have just added "add-ons" to the rewards, which is the ability to add copies of any of the... (Read More)

What a Week for Space Exploration and Travel!

October 15th - via:
Maiden Rollout, Space Shuttle Endeavour, STS-49 Launch Pad 39B, NASA Kennedy Space Center, Florida This week has already seen China's first female taikanout (China's term equivalent to our astronaut) launched to China's Tiangong Space Station and... (Read More)

We Did It!

October 12th - via:
We made the goal for Orbital Planes! Thank you to everyone who is supporting this project. Let's keep it going !!!  (Read More)

Only 10% Away from the Goal!

October 11th - via:
Thank you all for your support. We are only 10% from the goal. Let's make this happen! Here's an image from the Orbital Planes project and book. External Tank and SRB Frustum, Space Shuttle Atlantis, STS-125, Launch Pad 39A, NASA Kennedy Space... (Read More)

Finalizing Color Proof Prints for Orbital Planes

October 10th - via:
Color Proof Match Prints for Orbital Planes I'm finalizing the "match prints" the printer will use to assure correct color reproduction for Orbital Planes: A Personal Vision of the Space Shuttle. I'm a stickler for color accuracy, and so is the... (Read More)

Less than 20% to go to our goal!

October 8th - via:
 We are closing in on the goal for Orbital Planes: A Personal Vision of the Space Shuttle! Less than 20% to go to the goal. Again, Thanks to all who have backed the project so far. Please spread the word to anyone who might be interested.  Here's... (Read More)

Closing in on the Goal!

October 5th - via:
We are 2/3s of the way to the goal! I appreciate everyone’s support and encouragement. Please let anyone who might have an interest about the Orbital Planes campaign. On a side note, it’s World Space Week! The theme for 2021 is Women in Space. In... (Read More)

'Orbital Planes' Series Documents 30 Years of the Space Shuttle Program

October 4th - via:
Roland Miller is a photographer who has focused his lens on U.S. space exploration programs over the course of the last 30 years. His latest series and book, Orbital Planes, is a visual presentation of the entire decades-long journey. (Read More)

Photographer offers visual slant on space shuttle in 'Orbital Planes'

October 3rd - via:
For more than 30 years, Roland Miller has used photography to bring new light to the U.S. space program, from visual tours of abandoned launch pads to floating among the laboratories on the International Space Station. Now, Miller is preparing to release his third collection, this one focused on the winged orbiters that were central to U.S. human spaceflight for three decades. (Read More)

A Wonderful Start

October 1st - via:
I am thrilled with the beginning of the Orbital Planes Kickstarter! I can’t tell you how much it means to me that so many of the backers have previously backed my earlier Kickstarter campaigns. Your continuing support means the world to me. You can... (Read More)

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