Charting the Cosmos: Navigating Outer Space Property Rights
Aadhyaa Mishra
alternative legislation, commercialization, enforceability, exploration, governance utilization, sustainable development, space race.
In the wake of the historic Space Race between the USA and USSR, human aspirations turned towards the cosmos, envisioning colonies, mining ventures, and commercial enterprises beyond Earth. However, legal frameworks, particularly the Outer Space Treaty, pose significant obstacles by prohibiting the appropriation of celestial bodies. Furthermore, the treaty lacks enforceability among signatories. In response, this study proposes an alternative legislation to supplant the Outer Space Treaty, addressing its deficiencies such as the absence of sovereignty and the hindrance to commercialization. This new legal framework aims to provide a comprehensive solution for the governance of outer space activities, facilitating the exploration and utilization of extraterrestrial resources while ensuring equitable and sustainable practices.
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Unique Paper ID: 163442

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

Page(s): 1304 - 1309
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