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Inhaltsangabe: The commercial space sector continues to expand, with new technologies and new entrants fueling development. More states have launching capability, a growing percentage of launches are commercial in nature, and even military payloads ride ¿piggyback¿ on commercial satellites. None of this is occurring in a vacuum. The trends in space, as in virtually all international commerce, are moving toward increased globalization of private interests, consolidation of transnational businesses, and partnerships between public and private actors. Space business is subject to many of the same realities as commercial enterprises in other locations and other market sectors. In addition, the space treaties impose a separate set of obligations on conduct in space. Predictability is necessary to continue development of this profound resource. The present state of the space marketplace is examined, noting current trends, and the legal framework regulating these activities is described. Uncertainties in commercial space projects are identified and solutions proposed. The book ends with recommendations and an understanding of the role that private space law plays.

Über den Autor: Diane Howard is a practicing attorney in Florida. She recently completed her L.L.M. at McGill University's Institute of Air and Space Law where she is currently pursuing her doctorate.

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Buchbeschreibung Buchzustand: New. Publisher/Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller | Creating Certainty in Private Space Law | The commercial space sector continues to expand, with new technologies and new entrants fueling development. More states have launching capability, a growing percentage of launches are commercial in nature, and even military payloads ride piggyback on commercial satellites. None of this is occurring in a vacuum. The trends in space, as in virtually all international commerce, are moving toward increased globalization of private interests, consolidation of transnational businesses, and partnerships between public and private actors. Space business is subject to many of the same realities as commercial enterprises in other locations and other market sectors. In addition, the space treaties impose a separate set of obligations on conduct in space. Predictability is necessary to continue development of this profound resource. The present state of the space marketplace is examined, noting current trends, and the legal framework regulating these activities is described. Uncertainties in commercial space projects are identified and solutions proposed. The book ends with recommendations and an understanding of the role that private space law plays. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 155 gr | 220x150x5 mm | 104 pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers K9783639179927

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Buchbeschreibung VDM Verlag Jul 2009, 2009. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 220x152x10 mm. Neuware - The commercial space sector continues to expand, with new technologies and new entrants fueling development. More states have launching capability, a growing percentage of launches are commercial in nature, and even military payloads ride piggyback on commercial satellites. None of this is occurring in a vacuum. The trends in space, as in virtually all international commerce, are moving toward increased globalization of private interests, consolidation of transnational businesses, and partnerships between public and private actors. Space business is subject to many of the same realities as commercial enterprises in other locations and other market sectors. In addition, the space treaties impose a separate set of obligations on conduct in space. Predictability is necessary to continue development of this profound resource. The present state of the space marketplace is examined, noting current trends, and the legal framework regulating these activities is described. Uncertainties in commercial space projects are identified and solutions proposed. The book ends with recommendations and an understanding of the role that private space law plays. 104 pp. Englisch. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9783639179927

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Buchbeschreibung VDM Verlag, Russian Federation, 2012. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 220 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The commercial space sector continues to expand, with new technologies and new entrants fueling development. More states have launching capability, a growing percentage of launches are commercial in nature, and even military payloads ride piggyback on commercial satellites. None of this is occurring in a vacuum. The trends in space, as in virtually all international commerce, are moving toward increased globalization of private interests, consolidation of transnational businesses, and partnerships between public and private actors. Space business is subject to many of the same realities as commercial enterprises in other locations and other market sectors. In addition, the space treaties impose a separate set of obligations on conduct in space. Predictability is necessary to continue development of this profound resource. The present state of the space marketplace is examined, noting current trends, and the legal framework regulating these activities is described. Uncertainties in commercial space projects are identified and solutions proposed. The book ends with recommendations and an understanding of the role that private space law plays. This book was created using print-on-demand technology. Buchnummer des Verkäufers KNV9783639179927

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