Common heritage, not common law: How international law will regulate proposals to exploit space resources

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Abstract

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Largely in response to lobbying by industry of members of Congress, in November 2015, the US Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act (CSLCA) entered into law.[1] The legislation covers a variety of space-related issues and activities, including international launch competitiveness, indemnification for space flight participants, certain safety standard requirements, Government astronauts, commercial space launch activities, the operation and utilization of the International Space Station (ISS), State commercial launch facilities, commercial remote sensing, and the Office of Space Commerce.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)19-33
JournalQuestions of International Law
Volume35
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes

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