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Frank Sietzen

By Keith Cowing
August 3, 2016
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Frank Sietzen

Keith’s note: My long time friend and collaborator Frank Sietzen Jr. passed away comfortably on Sunday. Born in May 1952, Frank as a consumate space advocate, historian, policy analyst, and journalist. He lived and breathed space. We wrote a book together a few years ago “New Moon Rising” about the Bush Administration’s “Vision for Exploration”. Indeed, we broke the story of this new plan’s existence on the front page of the Washington Times. Frank worked for everyone, so it seems: among others the Space Transportation Association, Aerospace America, SpaceX, UPI, and served as a speech writer for NASA Administrator Bolden. A full resume and bibliography would fill pages. Frank lived his entire adult life amidst space policy. Nearly every phone call with Frank started with “You’ll never guess what I just learned” As such, if there is one thing that I think Frank would ask if his life’s work were to be analyzed, it would be “well, did you learn something?” I sure did.
Ad Astra Frank.
Arrangements and other details to follow.

NASA Watch founder, Explorers Club Fellow, ex-NASA, Away Teams, Journalist, Space & Astrobiology, Lapsed climber.