4 edition of Commercial utilization of outer space found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||by H.L. van Traa-Engelman.|
|LC Classifications||K4135 .T73 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||92022174|
The Space Resource Exploration and Utilization Act of was a bill (which never became law) introduced in the th Congress of the U.S. on Ma , by Rep. Bill Posey, Republican of is identical to the Senate bill by the same name ().The bill expands Presidential power regarding space resources, and regulates US-based space exploration companies. The commercialization of outer space has accelerated recently. It is estimated that "by the year , commercial space activity may be worth as much as $ billion" to the U.S. national economy "and maybe as many as 10 million jobs".
NASA Selects Seven Firms To Provide Near-Space Flight Services. - NASA has selected seven companies to integrate and fly technology payloads on commercial suborbital reusable platforms that carry payloads near the boundary of space.. SpaceX Launches Success with Falcon 9/Dragon Flight. - SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket and a Dragon capsule on a landmark mission to low. Title IV of the U.S. Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act (aka Space Resource Exploration and Utilization Act of ) protects the rights of mining companies willing to invest significant financial resources in future space exploration. If, for example, a mining company establishes a base on Mars, then it would have the right to exploit.
Space Utilization and Optimization Final Report 5 Boulder has a unique opportunity to implement Huron’s recommendations in “pilot” buildings that are currently under construction / renovation, including Ketchum Arts & Sciences, Carlson Gymnasium, Engineering, and the Center for Innovation & Creativity. Space law nationalists versus internationalists an international legal framework that was developed in a multilateral forum and that clearly defined and guided commercial activities in outer space could play an important role in expanding that the use and exploration of outer space and the utilization of space resources were of.
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VII. Remote Sensing of the Earth from Outer Space - Legal Implications around a Multi-Faceted Issue. Annex: Principles Relating to Remote Sensing of the Earth from Outer Space.
VIII. Protecting Intellectual Property in Space Endeavour. Private Enterprises and Space Law. Insurance and the Commercialization of Outer Space. Commercial Utilization of Outer Space will be of great interest to academics and practitioners in the field of space activities, as well as to government policy makers in different sectors of space commercialization ranging from space transportation, satellite communication and remote sensing to space insurance and manufacturing in outer by: 5.
Commercial Utilization of Outer Space Law and Practice. Author: H.L. van Traa-Engelman. This book assesses the present status of space activity regulation against the background of the progressive commercialization of outer space.
The basic legal framework for outer space activity was established during a time when space endeavour was still in.
Get this from a library. Commercial utilization of outer space: legal aspects = Commercieel gebruik van de ruimte: juridische aspecten.
[Hanneke Louise van Traa-Engelman]. Asteroid resource and space resource rights Amendments — Pub. –90, title IV, § (a), Nov. 25,Stat.added chapter and items to The Outer Space Treaty of did a good job of keeping the space race between the U.S. and the Soviet Union from devolving into something out of a James Bond movie.
The Utilization of the World's Air Space and Free Outer Space in the 21st Century [Chia-Jui Cheng, Doo Hwan Kim] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Developments in the interrelated industries surrounding air transportation and space exploitation continue to give rise to new and challenging problems in international law.
As more and more countries and private entities use. To promote the development of a United States commercial space resource exploration and utilization industry and to increase the exploration and utilization of resources in outer space.
J Reported with an amendment, committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, and ordered to be printed. avoid causing harmful interference in outer space.
Moreover, the bill directs the President to facilitate commercial utilization, dis-courage government barriers, promote the right of United States commercial entities to explore outer space and utilize space re-sources, and submit to Congress a.
Civilian use was only a byproduct of the original military utilization of outer space, since the dual-use nature of space technologies allows for space applications in civil and commercial fields (Outer Space). 2 With the end of the Cold War, commercial use of outer space stood out as an important topic for space scientists and lawyers.
3 This Author: Yun Zhao. Commercial Building Space Utilization the need to optimize space is important for the productivity and efficiency of employees as well as the building itself.
Trimble Launch New Space. Commercial use of space is the provision of goods or services of commercial value by using equipment sent into Earth orbit or outer es of the commercial use of space include satellite navigation, satellite television and commercial satellite ors of such services typically contract the manufacturing of satellites and their launch to private or public companies, which.
A United States commercial space resource utilization entity may bring a civil action for appropriate legal or equitable relief, or both, under this chapter for any action by another entity subject to United States jurisdiction causing harmful interference to its operations with respect to an asteroid resource utilization activity in outer space.
and Use of Outer Space, Including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies, done Janu18 U.S.T.T.I.A.S.U.N.T.S. Article VII of the Outer Space Treaty reads in pertinent part: "Each State Party to the Treaty that launches orFile Size: 3MB.
Commercial Utilization of Outer Space will be of great interest to academics & practitioners in the field of space activities, as well as to government policy makers in different sectors of space commercialization ranging from space transportation, satellite communication & remote sensing to space insurance & manufacturing in outer space.
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The way buildings and facilities utilize space can be quite different. Space optimization is a key factor in work space costs, productivity, and efficiency.
Here are tips on how to maximize all three of these factors. “To promote the development of a commercial asteroid resources industry for outer space in the United States and to increase the exploration and utilization of asteroid resources in outer space.”.
Commercial utilization of outer space: Law and practice: by H L Traa-Engelman Martinus Nijhoff, Dordrecht,pp, £, K.J. Madders Pages * Dr H.L. van Traa-Engelman wrote a doctoral thesis on the subject Commercial Utilization of Outer Space - Legal Aspects, which she defended, inat the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Being a long-standing member of the International Institute of Space Law, she contributed to the works of this organization by presentations and Author: Hanneke van Traa-Engelman.
'This well-written and informative book deals with a prospective commercial utilization of the International Space Station (ISS).' 'The book's value is greatly enhanced through an extensive Table of Treaties, EC Legislation, and Documents of International Organizations.' Carl Q.
Christol, Space Policy 23 () While Space Mining and Its Regulation offers an interesting assessment of the state of space resource utilization and its legal issues in particular, it suffers from poor editing. There are inconsistencies throughout the book: it refers to both “SpaceX” and, inaccurately, “Space X”; it also uses “X Prize,” “X-Prize,” and “XPrize” interchangeably (the prize organization, a.
The Space Resource Exploration and Utilization Act ostensibly protects the rights of mining companies willing to invest significant financial resources in future space exploration. If, for example, a mining company establishes a base on Mars, then it would have the right to exploit the resources of Mars and be protected under U.S.