Outer Space Treaty

The Outer Space Treaty was Signed in 1967. Can it Handle the Future of Space Exploration?

In a recent study submitted to the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society for the 8th Interstellar Symposium special issue,…

6 months ago

Move Over Artemis Accords! Behold the Lunar Governance Report and EAGLE Manifesto!

After a year of consultation, interviews, and intensive review, the Space Generation Advisory Council's EAGLE team has released a document…

3 years ago

The Moon has Resources, but Not Enough to Go Around

A new study led by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics explains how the Moon may not have enough resources to…

3 years ago

The Space Court Foundation is Now in Session!

The Space Court Foundation hopes to play a pivotal role in the evolving domain of space law, which is going…

3 years ago

NASA Will Pay You to Retrieve Regolith and Rocks from the Moon

NASA is offering to pay commercial contractors to retrieve lunar regolith and rocks to demonstrate their ability to harvest resources…

3 years ago

NASA Proposes the Artemis Accords. The New Rules for Lunar Exploration

NASA just released a series of principles designed to foster exploration and cooperation in lunar exploration, called the Artemis Accords.

4 years ago

Need a Job? NASA is Looking for a New Planetary Protection Officer

NASA recently announced that it is looking for a new Planetary Protection Officer, a position which is growing in importance,…

7 years ago

Can you buy Land on the Moon?

Despite the vagaries of international law, no matter what a slick business person tells you, there is no land for…

7 years ago

SpaceX Calls In The Lawyers For 2018 Mars Shot

The focus of space exploration, and exploitation, has long been the technologies required. But there's a legal aspect to space…

8 years ago

ESA Planning To Build An International Village… On The Moon!

At a recent symposium in the Netherlands, representatives from the European Space Agency discussed plans to build a village on…

8 years ago