Follow the link in this post to read our newsletter from February 2021. We interviewed Space Law & Policy Project Group Founder Christopher Johnson and introduced our blog post on the top 10 space law, policy, and scientific developments from 2020.
Follow the link in this post to see our first newsletter from December 2020. Topics include the International Space Station, the Artemis Accords, the Dark and Quiet Skies Conference, space traffic management, and on-orbit servicing. Try the crossword at the end!
Task Force On U.S. Space Legislation Who We Are The SGAC Task Force on U.S. Space Legislation envisions the sustainable, fair, and cooperative development of outer space to benefit all people on Earth. We aim to further this vision by educating U.S. policymakers on important space policy issues facing young people. Read more about our mission statement and values [...]
1. Signing of the Artemis Accords Credit: NASAtv In 2020, NASA announced the multilateral agreements draft for international Lunar cooperation within the Artemis Program framework. The first eight countries (Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, UAE, UK) formally signed the Artemis Accords during the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in October 2020, with Ukraine and Brazil joining before 2021. This [...]
Welcome to the new blog of the SGAC Space Law and Policy Project Group! On 15 January 2021, members of the SGAC Space Law and Policy Project Group interviewed one of the group founders, Christopher Johnson, who is now an accomplished space law advisor at the Secure World Foundation (SWF) and a space law educator at Georgetown Law and the [...]
Space Law and Policy Project Group Space Law and Policy Project Group The Space Law and Policy Project Group incorporates all aspects of those two broad fields of study. It develops the term ‘space law’ as all types of space-related international and national [...]