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Space law project expertise - Planetary defence legal and policy issues

 

Projects on Planetary defence legal and policy issues Study on legal aspects of asteroid threat mitigation

2016, Webster, Texas, United States of America & Vienna, Austria
Association of Space Explorers (ASE) & United Nations (UN)

 


Report >> Asteroid Threats: A Call For Global Response

Presentation >> Report on University of Nebraska-Lincoln Conference “Near-Earth Objects – Legal Aspects”

 

 


FransvonderDunk Legal analysis of the Emergency Asteroid Deflection Project (EADP)

2015, Brønshøj, Denmark
Task Force Humanity

 

Content >> Emergency Planetary Defence with Brent Barbee

Report >> Report on legal parameters for an asteroid deflection demonstration mission as part of the EADP

Presentation >> Report on University of Nebraska-Lincoln Conference “Near-Earth Objects – Legal Aspects”

Read more >> Defining Subject Matter under Space Law: Near Earth Objects versus Space Objects




Projects on Planetary defence legal and policy issues Research project on Legal Aspects of NEO Threat Response and Related Institutional Issues

2009-2010, Lincoln, United States of America
University of Nebraska-Lincoln & Secure World Foundation

 

Report >> Legal Aspects of NEO Threat Response and Related Institutional Issues – Final Report – Executive Summary

Presentation >> Report on University of Nebraska-Lincoln Conference “Near-Earth Objects – Legal Aspects”

Read more >> Defining Subject Matter under Space Law: Near Earth Objects versus Space Objects

 


Curacao Study on legal aspects of international responsive action against Near-Earth Objects (NEOs)

2007-2008, Houston, United States of America
Association of Space Explorers (ASE)

 


Report >> Asteroid Threats: A Call For Global Response

Presentation >> Report on University of Nebraska-Lincoln Conference “Near-Earth Objects – Legal Aspects”

Read more >> Defining Subject Matter under Space Law: Near Earth Objects versus Space Objects