Statements by Dr. Hertzfeld and Dr. Szajnfarber were featured in "Luxembourg’s Bid to Become the Silicon Valley of Space Mining," an article exploring recent developments in Luxembourg's influence on the commercial space industry.
Professor Steven Livingston's "We tried to save 150 people in Aleppo from 5,000 miles away" was published in the Washington Post and explores satellite-generated geospatial data use by human rights groups in the context of conflict in Syria.
Going to Mars, said John Logsdon of the Space Policy Institute at George Washington University, "depends on how quickly the international effort to go back to the Moon can be assembled, how much budget the US spends on that, what the level of the NASA budget is. And all those are unknown right now."
First year graduate student, Cody Knipfer was published in The Space Review. His submission, "America’s future in LEO? The possibilities and challenges facing commercial space stations (part 1)" provides a detailed analysis of the future of ISS, specifically regarding research, commercial applications and eventual replacement options.
''John Glenn was true servant of the American public,” John Logsdon, professor emeritus at George Washington University’s Space Policy Institute, told FoxNews.com.
“The Russian program is actually suffering the same problem as the US,” Logsdon says. “Their core engineers are retiring, and the young ones are attracted to more lucrative employment, or emigrating.”
Space Policy Institute graduate Kate Becker was presented with the Silver Sherman Award for her contributions to NOAA.
"The Russian space sector is short of funding, and may be having difficulties maintaining its quality control standards," said John Logsdon, a Planetary Society board member and professor emeritus