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    Title

    Joint IAF-IISL session on Legal Framework for Collaborative Human Space Missions

    Description

    This session invites discussions around topics related to the legal aspects of international collaboration in future human space missions and programmes such as the ISS lifetime extension, post ISS activities in LEO, or the Lunar Exploration. The scope encompasses both inter-agency as well as industrial collaboration. The session shall provide a forum to discuss the regulatory framework to establish and effectively run these programmes through development and operation phases especially, but not exclusively, from an industrial point of view. In addition, the session will address current tendencies to extend the duration and partnership of the ISS programme and lessons learned in the legal domain from collaborative programmes such as the built-up phase of the ISS, Interkosmos, or the Shuttle-Spacelab programme.

    Date

    2010-10-01

    Time

    14:00

    Room

    Meeting Hall V

    IPC members
    • Chairman: Mr. Cristian Bank, EUMETSAT, Germany;

    • Chairman: Prof. Lesley Jane Smith, Leuphana University of Lüneburg/Weber-Steinhaus & Smith, Germany;

    • Rapporteur: Mr. Mark Hempsell, The British Interplanetary Society, United Kingdom;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    Legal Aspects of International Cooperation in China’s Manned Space Program

    20

    confirmed

    Prof. Haifeng Zhao

    Harbin Institute of Technology

    China

    2

    Europe’s approach to human space missions

    20

    confirmed

    Mrs. Stefania Barbieri

    European Space Agency (ESA)

    France

    3

    Future Directions for International Space Collaboration: an analysis of the impact of President Obama’s FY2011 budget proposal

    20

    confirmed

    Prof. Zoe Szajnfarber

    George Washington University

    United States

    4

    NASA’s Traditional Approaches to International Cooperation: Assessment of Relevance and Applicability for Space Exploration

    20

    Ms. Peggy Finarelli

    George Mason University

    United States

    5

    Improving International Space Cooperation

    20

    confirmed

    Mr. Walter Faulconer

    Strategic Space Solutions, LLC

    United States

    6

    The International Space Station as a “Trading Post in Outer Space”: a view from Europe

    20

    confirmed

    Mr. ROBERT VELDHUYZEN

    European Space Agency (ESA), retired

    The Netherlands

    7

    Merchants on orbit – challenge for diplomats on Earth. Or about impact of commercial aspect of ISS operations on the balance of international partnership

    20

    confirmed

    Mr. Jakub Ryzenko

    Crisis Informatin Centre,SRC & Warsaw University

    Poland

    8

    recent developments in spce law: agreement on international space station as case study

    20

    confirmed

    Mr. OLUSOJI NESTER JOHN

    National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA)

    Nigeria

    9

    Commercialization of Outer Space: Moving Towards Legal Certainty

    20

    confirmed

    Mr. Subhayu Chakraborty

    National University of Juridical Sciences

    India