35 J. Space L. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl35 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
UNWERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL OF LAW
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO SPACE LAW AND THE LEGAL PROBLEMS
ARISING OUT OF HUMAN ACTITIES IN OUTER SPACE.
VOLUME 35                 SPRING 2009                  NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
Foreword ............................................... Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz  iii
C all  for  P apers  .................................................................................  vi
Articles
The Andrew G. Haley Archive at the
University of Mississippi School of Law,
National Center for Remote Sensing, Air,
and Space Law: An Introduction .................... Michael S. Dodge
Sovereignty and the Delimitation of Airspace:
A Philosophical and Historical Survey
Supported by the Resources of the
Andrew G. Haley Archive .............................. Michael S. Dodge  5
The Openness Principle in Multilateral
Agreements for Space Exploration ....................... M. Jude Egan  37
James J. Hurtak
Regulatory Challenges, Antitrust Hurdles,
Intellectual Property Incentives, and the
Collective Development of Aerospace
Vehicle-Enabling Technologies and Standards:
Creating an Industry Foundation ................... Rend Joseph Rey  75
The Duty to Rescue Space Tourists and
Return Private Spacecraft .............................. Mark J. Sundahl 163

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