Dr. Logsdon will provide expert commentary in the documentary exploring the past, present, and future state of the U.S. space program. “Fight for Space” will also feature appearances by Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Jim Lovell, Story Musgrave, Rick Tumlinson, Robert Zubrin, James Muncy, Marcia B. Smith, Bill Nye, Gene Kranz, and Jeff Greason.
Dr. John Logsdon provided a progress talk on his next novel, tentatively titled, “Ronald Reagan and the Space Frontier” at the National Air and Space Museum.
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.
Dr. Bowen’s remarks, titled The Wrath of Mahan Invite: Space Warfare on the Cosmic Coastline”, explored the modern military forces’ reliance on space systems to provide communications and precision-strike capabilities. Dr. Bowen, a former SPI visiting scholar, is currently a lecturer at teh Defence Studies Department, King’s College London, which is based at the Joint Services Command and Staff College, UK Defence Academy.
Dr. Hertzfeld’s presentation titled, “Up, Up, and Away: Space Law and Upcoming Uses of Outer Space” was delivered at Michigan State University College of Law’s 2016 International Law Review Symposium.
Dr. Scott Pace spoke on a panel at the 9th Annual Werner Von Braun Space Symposium in Huntsville, AL on October 26, 2016. Read more HERE.
In preparatino for the 2017 International Astronautical Congress, Dr. Pace was asked by the International Astronautical Federation to comment on the topic of “What is at stake in space?”
Dr. Pace was featured as a panelist for a Center for Strategic and International Studies Aerospace Security Project event discussing how the U.S. military can better leverage commercial space capabilities and what policy measures can be taken to support a thriving U.S. commercial space industry. You can listen to and/or watch the panel HERE.
Dr. Hertzfeld touched on the legal aspects of space traffic management in a well-attended session hosted by Dentons and ManSat. He was joined by FAA AST Associate Administrator Dr. George Nield and Arkisys CEO David Barnhart in a discussion led by Satellite Industry Association President, Tom Stroup.
Dr. Scott Pace spoke as part of a panel on Spectrum Protection: An Examination of the Policy and Practical Implications, hosted by the Secure World Foundation. Alongside him were MR. Christopher Hegarty of MITRE Corporation, Mr. James Miller of NASA, and Ms. Jennifer Warren of Lockheed Martin. Dr. Pace’s and Mr. Miller’s presentations are available through SWF, as well as an online video record of the discussion.