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'It's the closest thing to the moon': my space odyssey to Iceland

How Iceland became a magnet for star-gazers, film-makers – and astronauts ‘It’s the elemental childhood fantasy, isn’t it, to see space in some way,” says photographer Robert Ormerod. “I think I wanted to be an astronaut, and then that enthusiasm got replaced by other things. But there are those people who never lose it, and I’m interested in what they do with that passion.
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