During the fall of 2022, the American Public University System Analog Research Group (AARG) completed its third space research mission.
Governments must reimagine their roles in drafting legislation, policy formation and decision-making for effective space governance.
The UN should look at the fast pace of space exploration, including Artemis I, and create a new initiative for international space law.
There should be space legislation in place that addresses the various disputes and legal issues that can occur in outer space.
In this year’s SESA presentation, I advocated for the incorporation of applied ethics into the study of space classes.
Space law governs space-related activities. However, the prevailing legal landscape for space law is vastly different from its beginning.
Space Force: To ensure U.S. prosperity and security, what’s in our outer space needs to be protected just as much as our land and water.
The Space Education and Strategic Applications (SESA) Conference will bring us exciting news from the front lines. We hope to see you there!