You can find links to all of my articles for Spaceflight Insider here.
You can find links to my articles for Vice News here.
Ad Astra Magazine
Book Reviews: http://www.nss.org/resources/books/reviewers.html#leahy.
“EFT-1: A Perfect Flight, But What Happens Next?” Ad Astra Magazine, Spring 2015.
“Long-Term Thinking: The Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop.” Coauthored with Les Johnson and Robert Kennedy. Ad Astra Summer 2013.
“International Space Development Conference – From the Ground Up.” Coauthored with Yohon Lo. Ad Astra Magazine, Spring 2011.
“An Up-Close Look at Ares I-X.” Ad Astra Magazine, Spring 2010.
“EFT-1: A Perfect Flight, But What Happens Next?” Ad Astra Magazine, Spring 2015.
“Story Review: Return to Luna.” Ad Astra Magazine, Winter 2009.
“Images of Space Settlement.” Ad Astra Magazine, Fall 2008.
“Uplifting Talk With the National Space Society’s Space Elevator Team.” Ad Astra
Magazine, Spring 2008.
“Going Native on Mars.” Ad Astra Magazine, Fall 2007.
“A Cosmic Conversation with Peter Max.” Ad Astra Magazine, Winter 2007.
“Greetings from Las Cruces, New Mexico.” Ad Astra Magazine, Winter 2007.
“New Space: Pushing the Frontier” and “Exploring New Worlds at ISDC,” Ad Astra
Magazine, Autumn 2006.
The Space Review
“Microbes, spacecraft, and cheerleaders: the ISS payload story of Project MERCCURI.” The Space Review, April 28, 2014 http://www.thespacereview.com/article/2499/1.
“Jules Verne Returns: Will Space Guns Provide Low-Cost Access to Space?” The Space Review, July 30, 2007 http://www.thespacereview.com/article/920/1.
“Communicating with Multiple Audiences in Space Advocacy.” The Space Review.com,
January 29, 2007 http://www.thespacereview.com/article/795/1.
“Going Interstellar at the Tennessee Valley Workshop.” Contributor. Principium March/April 2013.
Most of my articles for SciCheer can be found under the pen name Gopher.
“Best Students Move Out of Science and Engineering Careers…?” ScienceCheerleader.com
January 15, 2010 http://www.sciencecheerleader.com/2010/01/best-students-move-out-of-science-and-engineering-careers/.
“Ray Kurzweil Answers Your Questions.” Coauthored with Darlene Cavalier, ScienceCheerleader.com, March 19, 2009 http://www.sciencecheerleader.com/2009/03/ray_kurzweil_answers_your_questions/#more-494.
“Educating the Next Generation.” ScienceCheerleader.com January 20, 2009.
“Where Do U.S. Students Rank in Science (Would Corporal Punishment Help?)” ScienceCheerleader.com December 11, 2008.
I wrote for Space.com 2006-2007. My articles can be found via this link.
Science @ NASA
“Floods! Fire! SERVIR.” Science@NASA.gov, January 31, 2007 http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2007/31jan_servir.htm?list931022.
“Marshall Stars Shine at ISDC 2011.” Marshall Star, June 1, 2011.
NASA ASK Magazine
“Owning the Product and the Process.” Coauthored with Stephen A. Cook, NASA ASK
Magazine, Winter 2009.
Fascinate, Revised and Updated: How to Make Your Brand Impossible to Resist, by Sally Hogshead. April 2016. (Provided research and editorial assistance.)
“The Mars Homestead for An Early Mars Scientific Settlement.” Coauthored with Bruce Mackenzie, Georgi Petrov, and Anthony Blair. Printed in Colonizing Mars: The Mission to The Red Planet. Cosmology Science Publishers, Eds. Joel Levine and Rudolf Schild, 2011, 2012.
“Operational Lessons Learned from Ares I-X.” Presented by Stephan R. Davis at SpaceOps 2010, Huntsville, Alabama, April 2010. Reprinted in: Space Operations: Exploration, Scientific Utilization & Technology Development. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Summer 2011.
“Mars Homestead.” Coauthored with Bruce Mackenzie, et al. Article in the book A One Way Mission to Mars / Colonizing the Red Planet. March 2011.
My current personal blog, The Real Bart Leahy, has been running since 2015. Those entries represent my personal observations/feelings on anything from books to movies to whatever miscellaneous trivia is lurking in my head.
Most of my professional blog entries for former employers are now out of date and have been removed from the sites. However, I did write for Zero Point Frontiers Corp. 2012-2013, NASA’s SERVIR Program 2011-2012. As of 2016, my blogs for the Ares I-X Flight Test (coauthored with Dan Kanigan) are still live.
“The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of.” Coauthored with Todd A. May, presented at the National Space & Missile Materials Symposium, Tampa, Florida, June 25, 2012.
“Ensuring Safe Exploration: Ares Launch Vehicle Integrated Vehicle Ground Vibration
Testing.” Coauthored with M.L. Tuma, PhD and D.J. Chenevert, PhD, P.E., presented at SpaceOps 2010, Huntsville, Alabama, April 2010.
“The Ares Launch Vehicles: Critical Capabilities for the Next Phase of Space Exploration.” Presented by Stephen A. Cook. National Space and Missile Materials Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 2009.
“The Ares Launch Vehicles: Critical Capabilities for America’s Continued Leadership in Space.” Keynote speech presented by Stephen A. Cook at the Joint Army-Navy-NASA-Air Force Conference, April 2009.
“Ensuring Safe Exploration: Ares Launch Vehicle Integrated Vehicle Ground Vibration Testing.” Coauthored with M.L. Tuma, PhD and D.J. Chenevert, PhD, P.E., presented at the Joint Army-Navy-NASA-Air Force Conference, April 2009.
“Ares I-X: On the Threshold of Exploration.” Coauthored with S. R. Davis and B. R. Askins, presented at the Joint Army-Navy-NASA-Air Force Conference, April 2009.
“Flight and Integrated Vehicle Testing: Laying the Groundwork for the Next Generation
of Space Exploration Launch Vehicles.” Coauthored with J. L. Taylor and C. E. Cockrell, presented at the Joint Army-Navy-NASA-Air Force Conference, April 2009.
“Ares Projects Overview.” Presented by Teresa Vanhooser to internal NASA audience, January 2009.
“Objectives and Progress on Ground Vibration Testing for the Ares Launch Vehicles.” Coauthored with Margaret L. Tuma, Ph.D., Bruce R. Askins, and Donald J. Chenevert, Ph.D., P.E., submitted to the Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Orlando, Florida, 2009.
“Statement Before the Subcommittee on Space, Aeronautics, and Related Sciences Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate.” Hearing on Reauthorizing the Vision for Space Exploration. Coauthored with George Whitesides, May 7, 2008.
“The Ares I Crew Launch Vehicle: Human Space Access for the Moon and Beyond.” Coauthored with Stephen A. Cook, presented at the International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 2008.
“Ares I-X Flight Test—The Future Begins Here.” Coauthored with Stephan R. Davis, presented at the International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 2008.
“Organizational Considerations for Implementing Systems Engineering and Integration in the Ares Projects Office.” Coauthored with LeAnn Thomas and Rajiv Doreswamy, presented at the International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 2008.
“1st Regional Aerospace Technician Appreciation Night Remarks.” Presented by Stephen A. Cook, Huntsville, AL August 2008.
“From Saturn to Ares: The Journey Continues.” Speech presented by Stephen A. Cook at the Apollo-Saturn Reunion, Huntsville, AL, 2008.
“Integrated Vehicle Ground Vibration Testing in Support of Launch Vehicle Loads and
Controls Analysis.” Coauthored with Margaret L. Tuma, et al., presented at the JANNAF Conference, Boston, MA, 2008.
“The Ares Project: Building an Exploration Culture from the Inside Up.” Coauthored with
Stephen A. Cook, presented at the In2InThinking Network Forum, Los Angeles, CA, 2008.
“Educating and Inspiring Young People for the Next Generation of Exploration.” Coauthored with Robert C. Armstrong, presented at the AIAA Space Conference, Long Beach, CA, 2007.
“Flight and Integrated Testing: Blazing the Trail for the Ares Launch Vehicles.” Coauthored with Jim Taylor, et al., presented at the AIAA Space Conference, Long Beach, CA, 2007.
“Growing the First Stage of the Ares Launch Vehicles.” Coauthored with Alex Priskos, et al., presented at the AIAA Space Conference, Long Beach, CA, 2007.
“Then and Now…A Look Back Into the Future.” Coauthored with Stephen A. Cook, presented at the 4th Annual Apollo Reunion, U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL, 2007.
“Progress Toward the Stars.” Coauthored with Thomas J. Williams, Presented at the JANNAF Conference, Denver, CO, 2007.
“Ares I-X Flight Test Philosophy.” Coauthored with Stephan R. Davis, Margaret L. Tuma, and Keith Heitzman. Presented at the JANNAF Conference, Denver, CO, 2007.
“International Collaboration in Lunar Exploration.” Coauthored with John Horack and Bruce Morris, Presented at the DGLR International Symposium “To Moon and Beyond,” Bremen, Germany, 2007.
“The Challenges of Integrating NASA’s Human, Budget, and Data Capital within the Constellation Program’s Exploration Launch Projects Office.” Coauthored with Bruce Morris, et al. Presented at International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, 2006.
“Propulsion for Ares I Crew Launch Vehicle/Ares V Cargo Launch Vehicle: Building on the Apollo Program for Lunar Return Missions.” Coauthored with Jim Snoddy. Presented at International Astronautical Congress, Valencia, Spain, 2006.
“The Mars Homestead: a Mars Base Constructed from Local Materials.” Coauthored with Bruce Mackenzie, et al. Presented at the AIAA Space Conference, San Jose, CA, 2006.
“Ares Project Overview – Quality in Design” and “Integrating Safety and Mission Assurance in Design.” Coauthored with Chris Cianciola, presented at the Conference on Quality in the Space and Defense Industries (CQSDI), Orlando, FL, 2008.
“How to Play Nicely with Subject Matter Experts.” Rocket City Technical Communications Conference, Huntsville, AL, April 20, 2013.
“Unleashing the Gen-Y: Marketing Mars to Millennials.” Coauthored with Loretta Whitesides and Cassie Kloberdanz, presented at the Mars Society Convention, Los Angeles, CA, 2007.
“Ares I-X Overview – The First Chapter in the Next Great Adventure.” Presented at the
Con*Stellation science fiction convention, October 17, 2008.
“Targeted Marketing in Space Advocacy.” International Space Development Conference, May 26, 2007.
“What I Did On My Autumn Vacation: How to Be a Space Advocacy Writer.” Guest Speaker, Huntsville Alabama L5 (HAL5) Society, January 4, 2007.