We are in a period of transition in outer space; it is becoming increasingly congested. As one example, small satellites are beginning to interfer with astronomical observations. The objective of this article is to examine and evaluate how the various outer space interests interact, coordinate or conflict with each other. This article examines legal order options and the consequences of choosing among those options.
Paul B. Larsen,
Outer Space: How Shall the World's Governments Establish Order Among Competing Interests?,
29 Wash. Int’l L.J.
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