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The ultimate space law collection Volume 2.2 National space legislation part II
According to corpus juris spatialis every State shall bear international responsibility for national activities of non-governmental entities in outer space. The national space activities are attributed to States through the launching and registration of a space object. The registration of space objects by the launching State, the State which procures the launching or the State from whose territory or facility a space object is launched, is an obligation of States which deems them responsible. National space laws and regulations are the toolbox of States to implement international obligations at the national level by assuring the conformity of the non-governmental and commercial entities when carrying out space activities with the international space law. The national space laws of each space-faring country are included in this second volume "National Space Legislation" of the series "The Ultimate Space Law Collection".
|Publisher||Wolf Legal Publishers|
|Year of Publication||2014|