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News articles, magazines, TV, radio, and podcasts in which we are interviewed or quoted.


Israel's Beresheet lunar lander has crashed on the moon

TRT World’s The Newsmakers: How would Einstein, Hawking and Sagan have reacted on EHT Black Hole?

Companies vie to develop ways to dispose of space junk

NASA's $17-billion moon rocket may be doomed before it ever gets to the launch pad

TRT World's The Newsmakers: Should NASA Move Over for Private Space Corporations?

Been there, done that? NASA says we need to return to the moon to use it as a jumping-off point

Is the Trump Administration's moon-shoot possible?

NASA says it's committed to Boeing-built rocket after considering alternatives

Mike Pence tells NASA to accelerate human missions to the Moon ‘by any means necessary’

NASA's Space Launch System beset by delays

Apollo 11: How millennials can grasp the greatest event ever — for now

Celebrate International Women's Day by meeting these bada** space explorers

SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule returns to earth. Next up: flying humans

SpaceX Crew Dragon Faces Its Toughest Mission Yet: Stick The Landing

SpaceX just launched its first human spacecraft. Now the real fun begins

NASA's Commercial Crew Program hits milestone with SpaceX crew Dragon launch

Moon Mania: Companies See Ripe Opportunity In NASA Lunar Missions

From Reel To Real: 10 Sci-Fi Movies That Predicted Future Technology

NASA Needs to Stop Spending Like a Drunken Cosmonaut

SpaceX makes the case to wrest $148M NASA contract away from rival ULA

RT America TV: How NASA wasted 46 billion

Japan's Hayabusa 2 may finally kick-start the asteroid mining era

Gov. Ron DeSantis calls on Trump to put Space Force headquarters on Florida's Space Coast

After nearly $50 billion, NASA’s deep-space plans remain grounded

SpaceX Mars spaceship moves forward with Raptor engine test-fire

The Space Show podcast

The Space Shot podcast

Here Are the Industry Reps Pushing Corporate Interests in Space

2019 is the year that space tourism finally becomes a reality. No, really

Tentacles of federal government shutdown spread across Georgia economy

How accurate are sci-fi's future tech predictions?

Why SpaceX is ramping up its Florida staff while cutting hundreds of workers in California

Frustration among NASA, Kennedy Space Center emplotees grows as government shutdown continues


After three decades on Capitol Hill, Nelson leaves behind legacy of space policy

Layoffs and stalled projects plagued space start-up Moon Express. Then NASA stepped in.

NASA is returning to the moon. These are the companies getting up to $2.6 billion to do it

NASA's Orion spacecraft makes progress, but are the agency's lunar plans on track?

Florida's senate race could affect space policy, funding

The growing space industry is scrambling to find workers — but it can't take foreigners

WeMartians podcast: Moon to Mars

NASA's Mars rocket is behind schedule and over budget due to 'Boeing's poor performance,' audit finds

The easiest way for Elon Musk to raise money for SpaceX might be tourism

Japanese billionaire charters SpaceX trip around the Moon

SpaceX says Japanese billionaire will be first private citizen on moon flight

Russia is down to a single female cosmonaut, and she may never fly

The only way is up: space tourism counting down to a 2021 blast-off: 5, 4, 3, 2... ?

Why NASA is struggling to get its most powerful space telescope off the ground

Members Appointed to Spaceport Camden Education and Workforce Subcommittee

What NASA did next: from ‘Space Force’ to the Moon and Mars

SpaceX's new ultra-reusable rocket could shape the future of humanity

Let it fly — Reality check on the outer limits of going airborne

Intersection: Space Force; immigration policy; Matt Burke

What Should We Do About the International Space Station?

POLITICO Space: Need a space coach?

Are We There Yet? Humans to Mars Summit

SpaceX’s last Falcon 9 upgrade could finally make reusable rockets cost-effective

Congress is giving NASA more money than it requested to build a second launch platform

Ideas for new NASA mission can now include spacecraft powered by plutonium

How the Trump administration wants to make it easier for commercial space companies to do business

Commercial space ventures hail NASA opportunities in orbit and on the moon

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Is Ready for Its Historic Flight

SpaceX aims big in ever-evolving rocket environment

SpaceX launches most powerful rocket ever

A successful SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch gives NASA new options

One Small Spaceport, A Giant Leap For Georgia


Trump Wants NASA To Go To The Moon & Twitter’s Like Nope, Just You

WeMartians: From the Moon to Mars

How a tiny county in Georgia is trying to create the country's newest commercial spaceport

The Orbital Mechanics: Downlink

Camden County Plans Innovation and Research Park to Complement Spaceport

If Mike Pence wants to send NASA back to the Moon, he'll need to find a way to pay for it

SpaceX's pivot: Elon Musk downsizes some of his ambitious goals

Kids and the Earth are the real losers in Trump's NASA budget

Florida Tech Grad Helps Shape the Future of Space Travel!page_id=15105748a8a44c82b,all

Trump wants to kill NASA office popular with Congress, astronauts and kids

NASA Looks to the Future in Vision 2050 Workshop