19 J. Space L. [i] (1991)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl19 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
A journal devoted to the legal problems arising
out of human activities in outer space
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VOLUME 19                         1991                       NUMBER 1
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CONTENTS
ARTICLES
The 1986 Challenger Disaster: Legal Ramifications
(Paul G. Dembling and Richard C. Walters) ....................... 1
The Commercial Development of Space: The Need for
New  Treaties  (Bin  Cheng) ...............................................  17
SPECIAL FEATURES
Events  of  Interest .................................................................. 45
A .    Past  Events  ....................................................................   45
Reports
Space Stations: Problems of Jurisdiction and Conflicts of Law
(Stephen  Gorove) ...........................................................   45
The Twenty-Eighth Session of the Scientific and Technical
Sub-Committee of the United Nations Committee
on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, 26 February
to 9 March 1991 (Ralph Chipman) ................................. 53
The Legal Sub-Committee of COPUOS Convenes its Thirtieth
Session with Hope of Progress in the Codification
of Space Law  (Yvonne  Lodico)  ......................................... 57
The Spaceplane and the Law (Tanja L. Masson-Zwaan) ................. 60
Comments
Emerging Law of Outer Space - The Analogy of Maritime Salvage
(Harry  H.  Almond,  Jr.)  ..................................................  67
Case Law
Transpace Carriers, Inc. v. United States ................................... 77

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