Space law

ANU Law scholar analyses risk of space-based conflict in new book

Center for Space Situational Awareness Research

The Australian Space Agency and the Department of Defence have identified space as a national priority. To address this priority, the The Australian National University Institute for Space (InSpace) is creating the Center for Space Situational Awareness Research (CeSSAR), a transdisciplinary organisation, in collaboration with the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Texas.

Law to play crucial role in new ANU space institute

The ‘Space Kingdom’ Asgardia has its own flag and anthem, but a state it is not

Cyber and space: Can the law keep up with the technology?

Technological developments in the cyber and space arenas are progressing at a rapid rate. While there is broad agreement that international law applies to State conduct in cyberspace, there is not yet consensus on how it applies. Various academic projects seek to deal with this question, including the Tallinn Manual Process – an initiative of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre for Excellence.

Manual on International law applicable to military uses of outer space (MILAMOS) project

The Centre for International and Public Law – in partnership with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Attorney-General’s Department – present a panel discussion on the Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space (MILAMOS) Project.

Space law: the final frontier

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