Dr. Logsdon's comments were featured in the article discussing the practicality of a National Space Council.
Dr. Hertzfeld's spoke to Wired Online about the economics of the International Space Station
Dr. Pace commented in the Washington Post, Futurism, The Science Times and Christian Science Monitor, among others, regarding the signing of the 2017 NASA Authorization.
Dr. Logsdon's comments focused on current issues within the Russian space program with regard to budgetary concerns and recent accidents.
Dr. Logsdon's comments about the Trump Administration's interest in a Moon mission were featured in Phys.org, Tech Times, Daily Mail and Science Examiner, among other media outlets.
Dr. Lehnhardt provided comments on the effects of space travel on the human body.
Dr. Pace was featured in a panel titled "Will Collaboration or Competition Propel Humans to Mars and Beyond?" at the offices of New America in Washington, DC.
Visiting scholar, Matt Chessen's article, "Presidential space leadership depends on the enabling context (part 2)," was published in The Space Review and analyzes the factors which may determine the Trump Administration's success or failure in space leadership.
Laura's work, "When inspiration fails to inspire: A change of strategy for the US space program," originally written for a graduate course in space policy, was published in the Space Policy Journal in 2011. It was recently selected by Former Editor-in-Chief, Frances Brown, as one of her favorite pieces in a 26-year tenure which saw over 1,000 space policy pieces published.