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    Title

    Up, up and away: Future legal regimes for long-term presence in space

    Description

    Current space law may be inadequate to meet the challenges of human presence and long-term activities in space. Auhors are invited to review and evaluate current law, both public and private, in that regard. Others may consider howfuture activities could or should be regulated, or the problems inherent in space colonisation and governance. Science fiction has already opened such matters, and some may wish to reflect in the contribution that has there been made.

    Date

    2014-09-30

    Time

    14:45

    Room

    803A

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Mr. Jean-François Mayence, Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO), Belgium;

    • Co-Chair: Prof. Francis Lyall, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, U.K., United Kingdom;

    • Rapporteur: Dr. Andreas Loukakis, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg ;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    Space Traffic Management Options

    10'

    confirmed

    Mr. James Rendleman

    United States

    2

    In-Space Maneuvering, Servicing, and Resource Use: The Commercial Need for Legal Assurances

    10'

    confirmed

    Dr. Henry Hertzfeld

    Space Policy Institute, George Washington University

    United States

    3

    Chasing Ghost Spaceships: Law of Salvage as Applied to Space Debris

    10'

    confirmed

    Dr. OLAVO DE OLIVEIRA BITTENCOURT NETO

    Catholic University of Santos

    Brazil

    4

    The Need to Define the “Use” of Outer Space In Order to Distinguish “Appropriation”

    10'

    withdrawn

    Ms. Melissa K. Force

    MK Force Consultants

    United States

    5

    Encouraging the Innovation and Technological Advancement Requisite for Greater In-Depth Exploration of Outer Space through Patents

    10'

    confirmed

    Mr. Steven Wood

    XCOR Aerospace

    United States

    6

    Private International Law (Conflict of Law Rules) for the Human Presence of Long Term in the Space

    10'

    confirmed

    Prof. SOUICHIROU KOZUKA

    Gakushuin University

    Japan

    7

    Mars Treatymaking Workshop Results from ISU SSP14

    10'

    confirmed

    Mr. Philippe Cyr

    International Space University (ISU)

    Canada

    8

    Villages on the Mars? Consideration of legal challenges of settlements on the Moon and other celestial bodies

    10'

    withdrawn

    Ms. Lisa Kuepers

    Germany

    9

    Space Exploitation – Digging in a legal vacuum?

    10'

    confirmed

    Ms. Anita Rinner

    Austria

    10

    Legal Uncertainties Related to Additive Manufacturing in Space

    10'

    confirmed

    Dr. Michael Mineiro

    Science and Technology Policy Institute

    United States

    11

    the legal implications of space weather awareness and the need for international dissemination of space weather forecasts

    10'

    confirmed

    Mr. George Anthony Long

    United States

    12

    International GNSS Regulation and Collaboration

    10'

    confirmed

    Prof. Paul Larsen

    Georgetown University Law Center

    United States

    13

    Providing for Sustainable Exploration and Use of Outer Space Environments

    10'

    confirmed

    Prof. John D. Rummel

    East Carolina University

    United States