|Statement||Gennady Zhukov and Yuri Kolosov ; translated from the Russian by Boris Belitzky.|
|Contributions||Kolosov, IUriĭ Mikhaĭlovich.|
|LC Classifications||JX5810 .Z48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 224 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||83024786|
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This book consists of a collection of studies in international space law by a leading authority in international law, air law, and space law. Those that have been previously published are thoroughly revised and updated. Publication coincides with the thirtieth anniversary of the first ever multilateral treaty on outer space, which established an agreed international legal framework for the. About this book: Introduction to Space Law is a completely revised edition since the previous version of , providing 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. 1. Pre-Sputnik space law concepts 2. Post-Sputnik development of space law 3. Space law off the earth 4. Conclusions and observations The year long history of space law is broadly internationally based. First mention-ed in a journal article in Paris, in , space law was an amorphous idea without shape or substance for more than two decades. One view was that the airspace was entirely free, another that there was, upon an analogy with the territorial sea, a band of ‘territorial air’ appertaining to the state followed by a higher free zone, a third approach was that all the airspace above a state was entirely within its sovereignty, while a fourth view modified the third Author: Malcolm N. Shaw.