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UNCOPUOS Legal Subcommittee 2018

Once again, I recently spent time as part of the SGAC delegation to the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS) Legal Subcommittee (LSC). 1,322 more words

Asian Powers Step Up Their Readiness For Space Warfare, Following America's Lead

As Asian societies step up and out into space, American thinking, actions, and leadership stand to profoundly affect the security and stability of their ventures. Today, there is renewed interest in the idea of creating an American… 511 more words

China

Defining 'Outer Space'

As with a number of space law terms, the space treaties do not provide a definition of outer space. While for the most part a common-sense approach works there are times when it leads to a lack of certainty and clarity. 1,148 more words

UK Space Industry Bill: Second Commons Reading

On Monday 15 January, the 2nd anniversary of British ESA astronaut Tim Peake’s historic spacewalk, the House of Commons debated the Space Industry Bill[1] 1,365 more words

Stephen Doyle

Title: Executive Vice President (Retired)
Company:
Clean Energy Systems, Inc.
Location:
Rancho Cordova, North Carolina, United States

Stephen Doyle, Executive Vice President (Retired) of Clean Energy Systems, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in electrical manufacturing.

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UK Space Industry Bill: A Missed Opportunity to Promote British Space Mining?

The UK Space Industry Bill has now passed the House of Lords and is on its way to the House of Commons, the date for its second reading has yet to be announced but I would imagine it won’t be until the new year but you can keep track of its progress… 1,629 more words