Cliff Feldman

Clifford Feldman, longtime cameraman and producer for major TV networks, dies of covid-19, Washington Post

"Clifford's coverage of the space shuttle Columbia disaster in 2003 caught the eye of NASA-TV, which asked him to come in-house and reinvigorate how the space station shares its footage. In 2017, he led a project that displayed live location tracking of the eclipse across the country. Clifford received one of NASA's top civilian honors, the Exceptional Public Service Medal, for his work on the Total Solar Eclipse broadcast. He spent his final six months working on how to cover the landing of the Perseverance Rover on Mars. At 73, he had no plans to retire."

Keith's note: Cliff died in January. This article just appeared in today's Washington Post.

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