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Texas Space Law and Policy Society 7h
Our first info session/meeting is in two days! Come to TNH 3.124 in the law school on Thur. Nov. 21 at 12:00 p.m. to learn more about who we are and what we do! Open to all UT students, including , etc.
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ABA TIPS 7h
An interesting analysis of Boeing. Check out the TIPS Aviation and Space Law Committee for more cutting-edge insights.
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Simonetta Di Pippo Nov 18
Happy to announce this agreement w , which enables to provide unique advisory services to new countries entering to align national space programmes with existing international , so that space activities can be conducted responsibly & sustainably
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Hannes Mayer 23h
World Space Forum 2019 getting under was
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Mudd Law Nov 18
Our principal attorney, Charles Mudd, is at the Symposium on Space Innovations talking about Space Law and Policy today. The conference is in Atlanta, Georgia covers a variety of subjects on the present and future of Space.
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Space Legal Issues Nov 18
has just signed a new law called “The Philippine Space Act” on August 8, 2019. The latter will allow this country to create its own national space agency: the PhilSA.
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Anna Richards 🇪🇺 🇵🇱 Nov 16
How will space law work when we begin to colonise planets?
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UNOOSA Nov 13
Today in signed an agreement with to collaborate on providing capacity building to Member States on under project “Space law 4 New Space Actors”. Learn+ in Press Release :
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SpaceResourcesWG Nov 18
Excellent proof that the building blocks are useful and are being used!
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LawSocietyPresident Nov 18
With the global space economy set to grow to $1-2 trillion by 2040, Australia needs to think big - Australian companies can be part of the opportunities provided by space exploration, says Kirby Ikin Thought Leadership event on Smart Law for Deep Space.
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Filling Space Nov 14
"States are required to register space objects and from that liability, jurisdiction, and ownership flow."
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Chris Johnson Nov 18
Replying to @theNASEM
And yes, I will likely be using this image to make a point about 😂
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Chris Johnson Nov 18
This is definitely a great development // Mike Gold To Shepherd NAC Extraterrestrial Resource Principles in New Job at NASA
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Michelle L.D. Hanlon Nov 17
Fantastic news. No better individual for this important role.
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P.J. Blount Nov 18
Next up the China (International) Commercial Aerosoace Forum in where I'll be speaking on space traffic management
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Chris Johnson Nov 18
On Wednesday I'll be presenting on legal aspect of planetary protection to the National Academies Space Studies Board committee reviewing the Planetary Protection Independent Review Board report I'll post the webcast link when available
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Texas Space Law and Policy Society Nov 12
We're about to start, so stop by!
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IISL Nov 18
Today, IISL President Kai-Uwe Schrogl delivered a keynote address titled "The Past and Present of International Space Law" during the 2019 International Symposium on Peaceful Use of Space Technology currently taking place at the Exhibition Center in
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Michael J. Listner Nov 18
On this date, one day before Apollo 12 landed, Public Law 91-119 (NASA Authorization Act of 1970) was enacted. Section 8 addressed the implantation of the flag on the Moon and expressly disclaimed sovereignty from that act.
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ahenk75 Nov 18
Great & useful commitment 👍👏 to protect heritage in . A global necessity
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