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Space Law

To the Moon & Back

 

Juno’s launch to Jupiter by NASA is a reminder that space technology is steadily inching closer to achieving what was considered impossible before.The mission will open up new vistas in space exploration as it goes to set an unprecedented record. 726 more words

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Jakhu and Kaul on Regulating Space Activities in India

Ram Jakhu (Institute of Air and Space Law) and Ranjana Kaul (Dua and Associates) have posted Regulation of Space Activities in India on SSRN.

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Papers And Articles

India's Commercial Space Conundrum

A version of this post appeared in the July 2016 Issue of Space Alert published by the Observer Research  Foundation.

A head on dispute of sorts has arisen between the commercial space industry in the United States and India with regards to the small-sat launch business. 1,031 more words

Space Law

Farming Solar Power in the Cosmos

By Anna Bitong

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Aboard an imaginary space station surrounded by distant planets, an astronaut on the fringes of human life toiled to turn the sun’s rays into electricity and then zapped it through space and back to the planets to be used as a power source. 330 more words

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

Property Rights In Outer Space

The final frontier is wilder than the Old West. Beyond the sheer awe of vast and seemingly endless space—who would own property in space?

The classic legal answer: is that it depends. 595 more words

International Law

A Quick Look at Denmark's New Space Law

The Parliament of Denmark passed a domestic space law on May 3, 2016, and thanks to a tweet by PJ Blount, I was able to get a copy of the text in Danish.  824 more words

Space Law