Dr. Paikowsky, non-resident SPI scholar, authored an Op-ed article titled “SpaceWatchGl Opinion: Five Thoughts On The Artemis Accords, And Another One For Israel.” The article was published by SpaceWatch.Global and can be found here.
Dr. John J. Klein, adjunct SPI professor, authored an Op-ed article titled “To deter attacks on satellites, U.S. needs a strategy to identify bad actors“. The article was published by Space News and can be found here.
Dr. Hertzfeld was quoted in The Guardian news article titled “‘The big show’: US poised to return to human spaceflight with historic launch.”
Dr. Hertzfeld was quoted in the Scientific American news article titled “NASA Proposes New Rules for Moon-Focused Space Race.”
Renata Knittel Kommel, 2020 SPI alumnus, currently working for The Secure World Foundation, offered an intervention on the Brazilian channel Globo News. Ms. Knittel Kommel discussed the SpaceX and NASA launch of astronauts to the International Space Station and its importance for the American space program and the current Administration. The intervention can be found here.
Laura Delgado López, 2011 SPI alumnus currently working as a policy analyst at the NASA Science Mission Directorate offered an interview for Elliott School Graduate Admissions. Ms. López discussed her career path and offered advice for current Elliott School graduate students. For more, find the interview here.
Dr. Herzfeld participated in a podcast interview on the topic of space resource utilization with Dr. James A. Vedda, SPI alumnus, working with the Aerospace Corporation. The podcast was aired on Tuesday, April 28th, and can be accessed here.
Dr. Hertzfeld was quoted in the CNN Business news article titled “Adidas launches footwear research into space so it can make better sneakers.”
Dr. Ehrenfreund will receive the Jean Dominique Cassini Medal, announced the European Geosciences Union. The awards ceremony will take place on 3-8 May 2020 in Vienna on the occasion of the EGU 2020 General Assembly. The prestigious award will honor Dr. Ehrenfreund for their important contribution to the Earth, planetary and space sciences.
Dr. Paikowsky, visiting researcher of the Space Policy Institute at the George Washington University, was appointed Vice President of the International Astronautical Federation.