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Part I International Law and Space Law, 1 In the Beginning: the International Geophysical Year

From: Studies in International Space Law

Bin Cheng

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2023. All Rights Reserved.date: 22 May 2024

Airspace — Outer space — Spacecraft, satellites, and space objects — Sovereignty
In the 1956 volume of Current Legal Problems, the annual publication of the Faculty of Laws of London University's University College, I published, a year before Sputnik I, a paper on 'Recent Developments in Air Law'1, the first part of which on Airspace Sovereignty and Earth Satellites may serve as a suitable introduction to this collection of studies in international space law which I have written over the years. It appears as follows with minor adjustments. Among recent developments of especial interest in the field of air law—I wrote in 1956—is that of high...
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