Dr. Logsdon's comments on the intentions of cislunar missions were featured in a Washington Post article titled "'Mars Society founder blasts NASA for ‘worst plan yet’"
Dr. Logsdon participated in a two-hour AMA session in the r/Politics subreddit in which over 100 questions and comments were submitted by users on the topics of exploration, international cooperation, and the past, present and future of NASA.
According to collectSPACE, two candidates have been announced as finalists in a privately-conducted search for Germany's first woman to fly into space. "I am proud we were able to accompany this project with our scientific expertise," commented Dr. Ehrenfreund, Chair of the German Aerospace Center, which provided assistance in the selection process.
Dr. Ehrenfruend, Chair of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), presented the opening keynote at the 5th DLR Industrial Days, an annual meeting of approximately 100 experts from space agencies, industry and science to exchange views on the future of European space transport.
Dr. Logsdon commented on the recent trends in Russia's space sector in a WIRED article titled "'Russia’s Quest to Build a Space Empire—or Go Broke Trying."
Dr. Ehrenfreund, chair of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), was featured in a panel of eight other leaders of national space programs. Her comments focused on the need for cooperation and were featured in a number of publications, including ViaSatellite, The Gazette and a Sputnik News piece titled "Mars, Russia, Europe, US Should Work Together on Space Exploration - German Agency."
Dr. Pace's op-ed, "Wishful thinking collides with policy, economic realities in ‘Capitalism in Space'" was published by SpaceNews. It examines the concept of commercial activity in the space sector and ran in the March 27 issue of SpaceNews magazine, which was distributed at the 33rd Space Symposium.
Dr. Hertzfeld discussed "The Outer Space Treaty and Its Impact on Space Law," which focused on the Outer Space Treaty, its impacts during the last fifty years on space development, and the future of the Treaty in the context of the revitalization of space exploration. The program was hosted by The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) Steven M. Schneebaum International Law Society and SAIS International Law and Organizations Program.