I was asked two interesting questions yesterday by people interested in commercial development of space-based solar power (SBSP):
- How would a company obtain a geostationary parking slot for a SBSP satellite? 762 more words
In my humble opinion, the greatest impediment standing in the way of greater business opportunity and international partnerships for the American space industry are our export laws contained in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), … 301 more words
Today I was asked by a politically-minded individual what political hurtles space-based solar power might face when confronted with questions of weaponization, safety, and multinational approaches. 1,370 more words
Do international treaties and laws impede the development of space-based solar power?
Last week at small symposium in Colorado, a professor of space law argued that the profits from any resource harvested from space, to include energy, must be shared with all of humanity and that this principle is enshrined in Article I of the Outer Space Treaty of 1967: 151 more words