property rights

Broadcast 257 (Special Edition)

Professor Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz returned to The Space Show to give us a comprehensive update on important space law issues, including commercial space, property rights and the federal case regarding the asteroid Eros, remote sensing, privacy, the Outer Space Treaty, and general issues concerning space treaty law and much more. Toward the end of the show, Professor Gabrynowicz brought to our attention the importance of UNIDROIT, an effort to develop private laws as exampled by the agreements regarding satellite financing.

Broadcast 132 (Special Edition)

Professor Glenn Reynolds is the guest for the first half hour. The second half hour is an Open Lines program. Professor Reynolds is a law professor at the University of Tennessee and co-author of the book, Outer Space: Problems of Law and Policy. During his interview, Professor Reynolds discusses space policy in the U.S., Europe, Russia, and China. We also talk about space law and property rights, its history and the continued development of space law and property right, especially in light of the entrepreneurial activity for space commerce.

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