Fox Business – Private US Moon Launch Has Technical Issues
Scientific American – Human Remains Are Headed to the Moon Despite Objections
NY Times – The First Secret Asteroid Won’t Be the Last
Oxford Eagle – UM Law Professor Calls for US to Invest in “New Space Race”
Ole Miss News – Professor to Co-Chair International Astronautics Committee
Houston Chronicle – White House Proposes Bill to Expand FAA Oversight of People on Commercial Spaceflight
NY Times – The Bodily Indignities of the Space Life
IFL Science – Can You Buy Real Estate on the Moon?
The Atlantic – You Won’t Hear Much About the Next Chapter of Space Travel
American Constitution Society – Episode 126: Why We Should All Be Space Lawyers
MIT Technology Review – Why the First-Ever Space Junk Fine is Such a Big Deal
Ole Miss News -Professor Hanlon Calls for Ethical Approach to Human Experiments in Space
WBUR On Point – Who Owns the Moon Owns the Future
Ole Miss News – Air and Space Law Professor Hosts United Nations Panel
NPR – The New Space Race is On and Everyone is Headed to the Moon
The Naked Scientists – Return to the Moon: Why Now?
World Radio – Reimagining the Space Race
What Does Space Resource Utilization Really Mean in Space Law?
Rules of the Final Frontier: UM Students Ponder Space Law
What Goes Up Must Come Down: We Must Contend with Space Debris
We Have Questions: Can You Buy Real Estate on the Moon?
CBC’s About That: “From Submersibles to Space: Why is Extreme Tourism Allowed?
CBC’s About That with Andrew Chang: Space Sustainability
Inside Edition: “Will Titan Sub Implosion Impact Space Tourism?
NPR WMFE: OceanGate disaster puts spotlight on high-risk tourism, including space
The Hill on NewsNation: Virgin Galactic Completes its First Commercial Space Flight
NY Times: The Space Industry is Taking Off. Space Law is Still a Mystery.
How Hainan is Parlaying Space Tourism into Populist Support
Juice Jiggle Frees the RIME
Did NASA Forget How to Put People on the Moon?
A US-China Battle on the Moon is Possible, and Avoidable
Lunar Laws Could Protect the Moon from Humanity
The Rules of Space Haven’t Been Updated in 50 Years, and the UN Says Its Time
Who Owns the Moon?
Russia’s Anti-Satellite Threat Tests Laws of War in Space
Space Law Society at Harvard Law School Hosts Panel on Ethics of Space Mining
Space Lawyers Advocate for Protecting Lunar Landmarks
Sovereignty in Space, No One Can Own It, which Drives Competition, Cooperation
Ole Miss: Forum Examines Issues of Race and Ethnicity
Grid: Where does space begin? Chinese spy balloon highlights legal fuzziness of ‘near space’
MBP Online, In Legal Terms: UAPs
Stellar Journeys, Episode 3: Life in Space
Who Cares What Happens to Bootprints on the Moon? (TEDx University of Mississippi)
SpaceWatch Global: Confidential or Shared? The Discovery of Outer Space Resources by the Private Sector
Humans Want to Mine the Moon. Here’s What Space Law Experts Say the Rules Are
The Conversation: The Moon is About to Get Crowded. How Will Humans Manage Its Resources?
Moon Exploration Site Preservation Remains Uncertain
Fast Company: How Will the Moon’s Resources Be Managed?
What Happened to the Billionaire Space Race?
Bloomberg: China, US Are Racing to Make Billions From Mining the Moon’s Minerals
China Says Elon Musk’s Starlink is “Phenomenal,” but What is the Real Message?
It’s a New Space Age for Billionaires Like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk
Are We There Yet? The Space Exploration Podcast: Space Law – It’s Complicated
Space Law Hasn’t Been Changed Since 1967 – But the UN Aims to Update Laws and Keep Space Peaceful
In the Modern Moon Rush, a Cry to Preserve Neil Armstrong’s Footprint
It’s the Dawn of a New Space Age – At Least for Billionaires
A Rogue Rocket Part Collided With the Moon
Moon Dust from 1969 Landing Sells for Half a Million Dollars at Auction
Bloomberg Best: Space Tourism and Investing in Space
The Rules of Space Haven’t Been Updated in 50 Years, and the UN Says It’s Time
China Says Elon Musk’s Starlink is “Phenomenal”
The Briefing Room, Space Wars and Laws
As Outer Space Becomes More Accessible, Space Lawyers Will Be in Greater Demand
The Fault in Our Stars
How Star Trek is Influencing Real-Life Space Law
Did Lil Uzi Vert Buy a Planet? It’s Complicated
China Makes Sure Everyone Writes Taiwan’s Name Just So
President Signs Law Protecting Lunar Heritage Sites
NASA’s ‘One Small Step Act’ Names the Apollo Lander, Neil Armstrong’s Boot Print and Other Artifacts as ‘Keep Out Zones’ That Protects Them as Historical Sites on the Moon’s Surface
Center for Air and Space Law Forms Task Force on Inclusion, Diversity and Equity in Aerospace
Space Law and Why We Need It
The Wild, Wild West of Space Law
Perspective on US Space Resources Executive Order: Michelle Hanlon on How the Moon Agreement is Finished
Pushing the Outer Limits of Preservation with Michelle Hanlon
Hard Law or Soft Law: The Debate About the Future of Space Law
Fighting to Preserve Human History on the Moon
Alien Hunters Need Radio Silence on the Moon
Lawyer 2 Lawyer with Michelle Hanlon and Mark Sundahl
Someday, Someone Will Commit a Major Crime in Space
The First Alleged Crime Committed in Space Raises Questions About Jurisdiction in Orbit
“We Need that Boot Print.” Inside the Fight to Save the Moon’s Historic Sites Before it’s Too Late
Outer Space Treaties Didn’t Anticipate the Privatization of Space Travel Can They be Enforced?
The Nation Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11
European Space Agency Chief Urges Humanity to Protect Apollo 11, Lunokhod 1 Landing Sites
Life After Launch: Inside the Massive Effort to Preserve NASA’s Space Artifacts
Apollo 11 Site Should be Granted Heritage Status
Space Law is Inadequate for the Boom in Human Activity There
What is the Apollo 11 Landing Site Like Now?
Preserving Apollo’s Historic Landing Sites on the Moon
Preserving Neil Armstrong’s Footprints on the Moon is an Easy Decision
Once Giant Leap for Preservation: Kent Wins Landmark Status for Boeing’s Moon Buggies
Have Space Fever? Here are Five Jobs That WIll Take You Closer to the Stars
America’s Greatest Space Landmarks Could be at Risk Due to a Lack of Space Law
Should Neil Armstrong’s Bootprints Be on the Moon Forever?
The Moon now has Hundreds of Artefacts – Should
Apollo 11 Brought a Message of Peace to the Moon
One Small Step: What Will the Moon Look Like in 50 Years?
Apollo Astronauts Left Trash, Mementos and Experiments on the Moon
Historic Preservation Taken Out of This World
Apollo 11 50th Anniversary: Who Gets to Own Moon Landing Memorabilia
How a Park on the Moon Could Lead to More Consensus on Space Exploration,
Space Act Calls for Protection of Apollo 11 Landing Site
50 Yrs of Moon Landing: Let’s Not Forget, or Forsake, the Lessons of the Past
Why the Moon’s South Pole May be the Hottest Destination in Space
Professor Hanlon, Presentation to the UNCOPUOS on Challenges for the Implementation of the Moon Agreement
Professor Hanlon Addresses the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
UM Law Unveils New Air and Space Certificate Program for Non-Lawyer Professionals
Congressman Partners with University for Space Law Extern Program
Professor Hanlon interviewed: How to Build a Museum in Outer Space
UM Law Student Awarded Grant for International Law Weekend
In Legal Terms: Space Law 2018
Rocket Scientist, Entrepreneur Speaks at UM Law School
The UM School of Law Announces New Air and Space Law Directors