Broadcast 1037 (Special Edition)

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Guests: Professor Joanne Gabrynowicz, Director of the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law, along with students Jason Crook, Erik Lundin, Rebecca Beckett, Nathan Wilson, and Nick Welly, were the guests for this two hour Space Show program focusing on this excellent space law center. The students joined the discussion at various times during the program as we discussed space environmental issues, military space and policy, China, and the need for an interdisciplinary focus for space studies of all kind. Each student was asked why they were attracted to the study of space law and what they wanted to do with space law for their career plans, so listen to what the five students had to say in response to this question. During the discussion, space policy comparisons of the two presidential candidates came up. As you will hear during the show, there are some resources listeners can use to study the comparisons. One resource provided by Professor Gabrynowicz was http://www.sciencedebate2008.com/www/index.php?id=42/ . Another was an email attachment that Nick Welly sent me. If you would like a copy of it as a Word document, please send a note to me at drspace@thespaceshow.com requesting it and I will send it to you. One of the topics addressed had to do with new case law being established from the developing NewSpace community. Joanne cited cases in the ITAR and the anti-trust fields, but so far not that many legal cases have arisen from NewSpace that are space specific. We also talked about various space blogs and Res Communis was again suggested as a starting point for factual space information. This is an excellent blog and a source of information for The Space Show. Check it out at http://rescommunis.wordpress.com/ . If you want information about the National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law, visit http://www.spacelaw.olemiss.edu/ . Professor Gabrynowicz can be reached at jgabryno@olemiss.edu as well as by contacting The University of Mississippi School of Law, P.O. Box 1848, Lamar Law Center, RM 527, University, MS 38677. Their phone number is (662) 915-6877.

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