I had the privilege of being invited by Liam Ginty to do podcast with Voices from L5. During this thirty-five minute program we discussed the Outer Space Treaty, the future of that accord and what the future of space law holds. You can listen to the podcast here: Voices From L5 – New Space, The […]Read more "Appearance on Voices From L5"
The Outer Space Treaty is a greatly misunderstood legal instrument. While many profess to understand the Treaty, there are many misconceptions about the effect the underlying legal effect the Treaty has on national space activities. Particularly, there is much misunderstanding about the legal status of the lunar samples acquired by the United States during the […]Read more "Understanding the Legal Status of the Apollo Lunar Samples"
Forty-nine years ago, the Holy See became a signatory to the Outer Space Treaty. On first blush, the Holy See becoming a signatory to the Outer Space Treaty may seem to be an enigma, but on closer examination there is a rationale for its participation. Consider the legal effect of signature of an international treaty. […]Read more "The Holy See and the Outer Space Treaty"
My posts on this blog have been few and far in-between over the past couple months, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been giving a lot of thought to the current space legal and policy environment. Most notably in my thoughts has been the Outer Space Treaty and specifically how it is becoming more of […]Read more "Is It Time to Retire the Outer Space Treaty?"