International Cooperation of States in The Study and Protection of The Lunar Space
Palabras clave:Moon, international cooperation, international treaty, outer space, space object, United Nations
Despite the long history of international cooperation in space exploration, the evolution of the forms and nature of international cooperation is taking place in connection with the development of space technologies, and the emergence of new subjects of international space law. In the context of the development of scientific technologies and the unstable political situation of the world law and order, it is important for states to find diplomatic ways of international communication in space exploration. One of the sites for the exploration of outer space is the only satellite of our planet, ie the Moon. The literature notes that in the 21st century, a situation is emerging in international space law, in which not only new legal problems appear, but also issues of past years are being resolved.These questions arise due to the increase in the number of participants in space activities and the development of space technologies, which, from a new perspective, will allow the exploration of outer space. In the proposed paper, the authors consider the main forms of international cooperation in the development of the lunar space, study their dynamics and features.
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