Last year’s cover girl http://kateupton.com/” target=”_blank”>Kate Upton didn’t make it to the front on the just published http://swimsuit.si.com” target=”_blank”>2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. However, the buxom blond bombshell was in a coveted place within publication, nevertheless, as the first swimsuit model to complete a zero gravity photo shoot. With photographer http://jamesmacari.com” target=”_blank”>James Macari, photo assistants, videographers and make-up artists in tow, Upton & Co. went aboard G-Force One, a modified Boeing 727 from http://gozerog.com” target=”_blank”>ZERO-G Corp., for the shoot. During a series of parabolas maneuvers at 34,000 feet, weightlessness occurs, though for 20-30 seconds only. Like http://freshnessmag.com/2012/05/01/terry-richardson-studio-visit-kate-upton-demonstrates-cat-daddy-video/” target=”_blank”>Terry Richardson’s video of Upton doing catdaddy, the zero gravity experience and captured moments have already went viral on the web. It even spawn an Internet meme, #KateUptonInSpace. For all the images and behind the scenes look, visit Sports Illustrated Swimsuit site at http://swimsuit.si.com” target=”_blank”>swimsuit.si.com.
All Photos By: http://swimsuit.si.com” target=”_blank”>Sports Illustrated/James Macari