Commercial Spaceflight And The Dawning Age of NewSpace

Asteroid Bill Authors Open to International Discussions, But Not Regulatory “Yoke”

A key Member of Congress and two congressional staff expounded on congressional intent in the recently enacted commercial space law at a space law and policy conference in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. The law’s provisions regarding property rights to materials mined from asteroids were center stage and Rep. Brian Babin (R-TX) left no doubt that he does not want any international organization regulating those activities, but that does not rule out international discussions.

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