Space treaty 50 years on: mines, colonies and space lawyers

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The Outer Space Treaty was established in 1967 and signed 50 years ago today.

Since then, Australia and the world have made some serious developments and plans for space exploration – from Mars settlements to mining asteroids.

This agreement has stood the test of time and technological advancements, keeping our skies at peace.



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Tuesday, October 10 2017
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Featured in storyKim Ellis, Director of International Earth Space TechnologyProfessor Andrew Dempster, Director of the Australian Center for Space Engineering, UNSWGlen Nagle, CSIRSO NASA Tracking Station

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