Leonard David Honored with National Space Club Press Award

Leonard David Honored with National Space Club Press Award

Veteran space journalist Leonard David has been selected as the recipient of the prestigious National Space Club Press Award. Mr. David’s 45 years of reporting on civil, commercial and national security space activities has “informed and inspired professionals and enthusiasts alike” according to the citation. “His skill at translating complex ideas for a general audience has expanded our understanding and appreciation of space activity’s critical role in daily life and its potential to transform the future,” the Space Club said.

Mr. David’s byline has appeared in virtually all of the key space policy-related publications over the years. Currently he writes for Space.com, Space News, and AIAA’s Aerospace America, as well as serving as a research associate for the Secure World Foundation.

The award will be presented at the National Space Club’s annual Goddard Dinner on April 1 at the Washington Hilton hotel.

Editor’s Note: Leonard is a friend of long standing and we applaud with a standing ovation the Space Club’s recognition of his superb reporting. Congratulations!

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