In-Space Maneuvering, Servicing, and Resource Use: The Commercial Need for Legal Assurances

Dr. Henry Hertzfeld’s work “In-Space Maneuvering, Servicing, and Resource Use: The Commercial Need for Legal Assurances” was presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto, Canada and addresses the legal approaches to a number of new ventures that will be carried out in outer space in the near future.

Lessons from the Past: Why the U.S. Decided Not to Explore After Going to the Moon

Dr. John Logsdon’s work, “Lessons from the Past: Why the U.S. Decided Not to Explore After Going to the Moon” was presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress held in Toronto, Canada, and discusses lessons to be learned from the post-Apollo decisions in the United States for today’s attempts to gain political support for a renewed and sustainable program of human exploration of the solar system.

In-Space Maneuvering, Servicing, and Resource Use: The Commercial Need for Legal Assurances

Dr. Henry Hertzfeld’s work, “In-Space Maneuvering, Servicing, and Resource Use: The Commercial Need for Legal Assurances”, was presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto, Canada. The paper addresses legal approaches to a number of new ventures that will be carried out in outer space in the near future.

Lessons from the Past: Why the U.S. Decided Not to Explore After Going to the Moon

Dr. John Logsdon’s work, ““Lessons from the Past: Why the U.S. Decided Not to Explore After Going to the Moon”, was presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto, Canada. The paper discusses lessons to be learned from the post-Apollo decisions in the United States for today’s attempts to gain political support for a renewed and sustainable program of human exploration of the solar system.

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