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Red Huber

Photojournalist, Orlando Sentinel

Huber was a part-time photo lab technician for the St. Petersburg Times when he first had the opportunity to travel to the Kennedy Space Center with a staff photographer to document the Apollo 15 Moon launch on July 26, 1971.

As a senior staff photojournalist at the Orlando Sentinel, he covered the U.S. space program for 40 years from Kennedy, including many rocket launches from what was then Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

Huber is an awardee of the 2006 Harry Kolcum Memorial News & Communication Award by the National Space Club Florida Committee and the 2018 Photojournalist of the Year-Society of Professional Journalist Florida Pro Chapter for his storytelling moments.

An Emmy-nominated photojournalist, Huber’s work has appeared worldwide online and in print in National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, and The New York Times.