Fritz Goro's science photography

Goro1 Stephen Jay Gould once said that LIFE photographer Fritz Goro, who died in 1986, was "the most influential photographer that science journalism (and science in general) has ever known." has posted a gallery of his truly wonderful photos. Above, Goro's 1962 shot of inventor Allyn Hazard testing his "moon suit mock-up" that contained oxygen and a food supply. "Fritz Goro's Photos: The Art of Science"


    1. Me too! That was the same thought I had when I saw this! Never knew the toy was based on something really tested.

  1. Wow. Great pictures–despite the subject matter often being experimentation on animals.  I prefer the picture of the high-five machine.

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