John Logsdon Featured at Politico’s Panel on “The New American Space Age”

Dr. Logsdon was featured in a panel last night hosted by Politico on the new American space age.

“We sit at a pivotal moment for John F. Kennedy’s legacy of space innovation, with private enterprise ramping up spaceflight efforts and anew administration in Washington considering a new vision for America’s space program.
Join POLITICO as we convene experts for a deep-dive conversation to explore the possibilities and risks of what could be a historic transformation in space innovation and policy. Is there a new vision for American space innovation that will capture the imagination of America -and what will it take to get there?


John Logsdon, Founding Director and Professor Emeritus, Space Policy Institute, The George Washington University
Alex MacDonald, Senior Economic Advisor, NASA
Teasel Muir-Harmony, Curator, Space History Department, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Bob Richards, Founder and CEO, Moon Express
Secretary Heather Wilson, Principal Space Adviser, U.S. Department of Defense
Eric Stallmer, President, Commercial Spaceflight Federation
Jamie Morin, Vice President and Executive Director of the Center for Space Policy and Strategy, The Aerospace Corporation”

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