The Saddest Astronaut In The Galaxy

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French photographer Vincent Fournier pairs vintage space parts, astronauts and vacant moon-like landscapes in his new exhibit, called "Space." Channeling 2001: A Space Odyssey, Fournier conveys the loneliness of space with sad-faced astronauts and lonesome rockets. Click through to see the full gallery.

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For more Fournier images visit his site Vincent Fournier.

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@Miranda Kali: It also evokes Andrei Tarkovsky. Is wery wery Russian.

"Ah, the loneliness of the cosmos...[heavy sigh]"