Who is Marsha Freeman
Marsha Gail Freeman was born in 1947, in New York City, and held an MA in Education and Psychology, at the Columbia University, in 1970. She is an elected member of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology. During 1980s Ms. Freeman was the Washington Editor of the Fusion Magazine. Since 1982 up today she is the Science and Technology writer, at the Executive Intelligence Review Magazine. Since 1988 up today she is an Associate Editor, of 21st Century Science & Technology Magazine.
She authored hundreds of articles on the U.S. space program – the Space Shuttle, Space Station, NASA science programs, space agency budgets, the history of the German space pioneers, the Soviet and Russian space programs, space medicine and biology, and the Japanese and European space programs. Ms. Freeman has also written on a wide variety of advanced technologies, including magnetohydrodynamics energy conversion, hydrogen technology, applications of superconductivity, electricity industry and technology, plasma technologies, fusion energy, nuclear technology, and magnetically levitated transportation systems. Has published in Fusion Magazine, Executive Intelligence Review magazine, 21st Century Science & Technology magazine, Acta Astronautica, Space World magazine, New Federalist newspaper, Science Books & Films, Space Governance journal, The World & I, Quest Magazine, and other periodicals.
Author of How We Got to the Moon: The Story of the German Space Pioneers, published by 21st Century Science Associates, 1993; and the German translation, Hin Zu Neuen Welten: Die Geschichte der Deutschen Raumfahrt-Pioniere, published by Dr. Bottiger Verlags-GmbH, 1995. Author of Challenges of Human Space Exploration, published by Praxis-Springer, 2000.
She has been a witness before the United States Congress at hearings on science, energy, space, and transportation budgets and policies, and is cited In Who's Who In American Women. Ms. Freeman was invited speaker at conferences and symposia on energy, space, and technology topics, guest lecturer at New York University, invited speaker by the AIAA, NASA Ames Research Center, and presenter at International Astronautical Federation Congresses.
Professional Memberships: National Association of Science Writers Fellow, British Interplanetary Society, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Astronautical Society, History Committee of the AIAA, History Committtee of the International Academy of Astronautics.
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