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 Ask Me Anything (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.
Dr. Pace spoke about the important role of lunar missions in the context of future exploration of Mars. The panel, titled "Is the Moon a Good Step on the Way to Mars?" took place at the Humans to Mars Summit hosted at George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium. The panel begins at 54:20 in the broadcast.
Dr. Logsdon commented on the industry implications in a San Francisco Chronicle article titled "California plans for collecting taxes on spaceflight."
Dr. Pace and Dr. Logsdon's comments on space-related developments in the Trump Administration were featured in a Space.com article titled "The First 100 Days: What Trump Has Done on Space So Far" and a similarly-themed piece in LiveScience, titled "Grading Trump's First 100 Days in Office: A Science Report Card."
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.