Author: Outer Space Property

  • Embracing the Final Frontier: the Commercialization of Space

    Embracing the Final Frontier: the Commercialization of Space

    As a new generation of entrepreneurs has rekindled interest in outer space, the issue of private property has emerged as a central topic. The 1967 Outer Space Treaty, signed by over 100 nations, aimed to govern the nascent Space Age. While prohibiting weapons of mass destruction and claims of sovereignty over celestial bodies, the treaty…

  • The Outer Space Treaty: Safeguarding Peaceful Exploration and Use of Space

    The Outer Space Treaty: Safeguarding Peaceful Exploration and Use of Space

    The Outer Space Treaty, also known as the Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies, is a significant multilateral agreement that forms the foundation of international space law. It was drafted and negotiated under the United Nations and came…

  • Private Property Rights in Outer Space: Paving the Way for Future Exploration

    Private Property Rights in Outer Space: Paving the Way for Future Exploration

    As humanity sets its sights on the stars and embarks on ambitious space exploration missions, the question of private property rights in outer space becomes increasingly relevant. In the document titled “Private Property in Outer Space: Establishing a Foundation for Future Exploration” by Andrew R. Brehm, the author delves into the significance of recognizing and…