Hamid Djodeiri Khodashenas, born on September 21st 1963, is an Iranian lawyer who has been traveling and observing the total solar eclipse since 1999. Jodeiri, “The Man of Eclipses in Iran”, has put all of his resources and effort in this pathway and observed his first total solar eclipse in Gahar, Lorestan, Iran and since then has traveled all the continents and oceans in the path of the Moon’s shadow. He has not only put up his country’s tricolor flag in the Antarctica and the Arctic with pride, but also illustrated his path of travel with all of its scientific and artistic aspects. He continues researching the effects of the solar eclipse on the Earth and never ceases to motivate students to study solar physics. To further accomplish his goals and dreams, he established Sayeh Research Institute and after years of perseverance, he is now attempting to make “Observing the Solar Eclipse in Space” a reality, an idea which he first presented at the International Solar Eclipse Conference in New Mexico, US in 2014 and was supported by renowned scientists from all over the world. His innovative idea of “Observing Solar Eclipse in Space: From Dream to Reality”, which is completely achievable with the modern aerospace technology, is coming to life by Sayeh Research Institute and his endeavors.