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By Nathaniel Snyder Why will orbital debris grow in number for the next 200 years even if no additional objects are launched into space?  Does creating space junk violate international law? The American Society for International Law (“ASIL”) recently hosted a panel discussion dedicated to all things...

Human space tourism? Asteroid resource utilization? Self-sustaining communities on the Moon or Mars? A Space Force?  These are just a few of the issues space lawyers and policymakers have to start seriously considering.  Now.  And the future of aviation is only slightly less tumultuous.  From...

You’d think six lunar landing sites 238,900 miles away from Earth wouldn’t need to be protected. Admired on a warm, summer night? Yes. Written about in poetry? Sure. But not protected. Wouldn’t the distance alone keep curious Earthlings from ever disturbing those sacrosanct stretches of...