15 J. Space L. [i] (1987)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl15 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
A journal devoted to the legal problems arising
out of man's activities in outer space
VOLUME 15                         1987                     NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
The 15th Anniversary of the Founding of the
Journal  of  Space  Law  ....................................................................... i
ARTICLES
Stephen E. Doyle, Regulating the Geostationary Orbit:
ITU'S  WARC-ORB     -'85-'88 ..........................................................  1
Dr. Wolf D. von Noorden, Space Communications to Aircraft:
A New Development in International Space Law ....................... 25
John E. O'Brien, The U.S./ International Space Station ............. 35
SPECIAL FEATURES
Events  of  Interest ................................................................ 43
A.     Past  Events  .....................................................  43
(a) Reports
1.    The 24th   Session of the Scientific and Technical
Sub-Committee of the United Nations Committee
on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space
(Vladimir  Kopal) ..............................................  43
2      The 26th Session of the Legal Sub-Committee of
the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of
Outer Space, 16 March - 3 April 1987
(Paul  Szasz) ....................................................... 50
3,     The US/International Space Station - Aspects of
Technology and Law
(Stephen  Gorove) ..............................................  56

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