1 edition of The laws of spaceflight found in the catalog.
The laws of spaceflight
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||By Matt Kleiman, Jenifer Lamie, and Maria-Vittoria Carminati Weil|
|Contributions||Lamie, Jenifer, Weil, Maria-Vittoria Carminati|
|LC Classifications||KZD1146.U6 K54 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012026033|
tion in space, but also that they were critical to a mission’s success. Ground engineers learned the diiculty of launch preparations and found that a worldwide communications network was essential for human spacelight. By the time of the last Mercury light in May , the focus of the U.S. space program had already shifted. In the prologue to his book The Spaceflight Revolution (NaSa History Series Sp,Washington, Dc,),James Hansen (one of the authors in this volume) discusses at some length the importance and uses of counterfactual “what if ” history in the context of spaceflight.
Get this from a library! The little book of space law. [Matthew J Kleiman; American Bar Association. Section of Science & Technology Law,] -- "The term 'space law' refers to the international and national laws that govern human activities in outer space. Space law was born simultaneously with the Space Age on October 4, , when Earth's. 5 Stars *** Space is book two in the Laws of Physics trilogy and should be read after review may contain spoilers if you have yet to read book one. *** Mona DaVinci has not seen Abram Harris in the two and a half years since she pretended to be her sister and fell for a man who had absolutely no idea who she really was.
The Three Laws of Robotics (often shortened to The Three Laws or known as Asimov's Laws) are a set of rules devised by the science fiction author Isaac rules were introduced in his short story "Runaround" (included in the collection I, Robot), although they had been foreshadowed in a few earlier Three Laws, quoted as being from the "Handbook of Robotics, 56th. Well thought-out laws that govern spaceflight activities minimize the risk to people and property in outer space and on the ground, while not prematurely stifling innovation. This book examines some of these laws and subsequent court cases in four sections.
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The Laws of Spaceflight: A Guidebook for New Space Lawyers by Matt Kleiman, Jenifer Lamie, Maria-Vittoria Carminati This book can be read and appreciated by attorneys or others. Chapter 1 gives an excellent overview of the physical operations of spaceflight.4/5.
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Kleiman, Jenifer K. Lamie. Get this from a library. The laws of spaceflight: a guidebook for new space lawyers. [Matthew J Kleiman; Jenifer K Lamie; Maria-Vittoria Carminati Weil; American Bar Association.
Section of Science & Technology Law.] -- The space industry is in a period of transition and we stand on the threshold of a new era in spaceflight.
For the last half century, most space operations were conducted by. Very interesting book that covers all areas of the Space domain (launch, operations, debris, re-entry) to enough depth to gain a useful insight how the laws that cover Space could be applied with the growth of private companies opening new markets in outer by: 3.
The last chapter of the book briefly deals with the legal aspects of commercial outer space application. Increasingly, air transport, both in fact and in law, is becoming an ordinary industry like any other and is being treated as such.
The Ultimate LNAT Collection: 3 Books In One, Practice Questions & Solutions, Includes 4 Mock Papers, Detailed Essay Plans, Edition, Law National Aptitude Test, UniAdmissions William Antony out of 5 stars Space law in any meaningful sense started to develop immediately following the launch of Sputnik-1 in Octoberand ever since has presented a fascinating new body of (essentially) international law.
The human space endeavour started with the two superpowers the Soviet Union and the United States, then increasingly involved other states as well. This is an excellent book on the subject of space law and easily readable by the general book-reading audience. The price of the book is pretty hefty, given the book is only pages (about 1/2" thick) and is not a textbook (for which you would expect a $+ price tag).Reviews: 6.
NASA and the book of laws by Taylor Dinerman Monday, The appointment of Norm Augustine to lead the President’s review of NASA’s human spaceflight program—specifically to recommend whether the agency should stick with the current Constellation architecture or try something else—gives us a great opportunity to take a fresh look at his classic Augustine’s Laws.
published the book “Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica”, commonly known as the “Principia”. In “Principia”, Newton explained the three laws of motion. Newton’s first and third laws of motion are especially helpful in explaining the phenomenon of flight.
The first law states. This book comprehensively addresses all aspects of national space laws and regulations governing the conduct of space activities in fifteen space-faring nations. This is the first book of its kind that contains a compilation of materials written from a neutral and objective perspective by the world’s leading space law experts selectively.
About this book: Introduction to Space Law is a completely revised edition since the previous version ofproviding a concise and structured analysis of legal aspects of both traditional and more recent space activities.
The relevance and substance of space law as a branch of public international law continues to expand. But the thrust of the book is the development of Florida's Space Coast; the area has transformed from a space shuttle port to a commercial spaceflight hub in less than a decade, Pappalardo argues.
Space law is the body of law governing space-related activities, encompassing both international and domestic agreements, rules, and principles.
Parameters of space law include space exploration, liability for damage, weapons use, rescue efforts, environmental preservation, information sharing, new technologies, and ethics. Other fields of law, such as administrative law, intellectual property.
A great introduction to the major themes and issues raised by space exploration, tourism, and commercial space. The book gives a lot of high level information that helps the reader understand some of the legal and practical problems that will become increasingly poignant as countries and companies grow their space programs/5(1).
In Michel Faber’s novel The Book of Strange New Things, a corporate colony far from Earth still has very rigid rules because of the tenuous nature of life in outer space. Musk’s lawless. If space is the final frontier then books are the bestest, especially delightful, endearing, slow burn page-turners for smarties.
Penny Reid continues her irresistible Laws of Physics trilogy with “Space.”/5(). Books shelved as spaceflight: A Man on the Moon by Andrew Chaikin, Failure is Not an Option: Mission Control From Mercury to Apollo 13 and Beyond by Gene.
Space is a novel by James A. Michener published in It is a fictionalized history of the United States space program, with a particular emphasis on human spaceflight. Michener writes in a semi-documentary style. The topics explored in the novel include naval warfare in the Pacific Ocean, air combat in the Korean War (something Michener had already explored in The Bridges at Toko-Ri.
Readable, clear, authoritative and wholly engrossing, I would recommend this book to any student or enthusiast of space law. With the promulgation of more national space legislation, the acceleration of new developments in space by a greater number of actors, and the increasing role of private, commercial entities, I predict that this book be the last book which encompasses all of space law /5(1).
This volume is the third in the NASA History series on the societal impact of spaceflight, following Societal Impact of Spaceflight () and Cosmos and Culture: Cultural Evolution in .Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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