Library: A Round-up of Reading

December 23, 2009 at 11:08 am | Posted in Library | Leave a comment

Articles
Space Debris Reaching Tipping Point? – eWeek.com

Debra Cassens Weiss, New US Regulation Limits Tarmac Waits to Three Hours, ABA Journal

Reports
GAO – INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION: Significant Challenges May Limit Onboard Research

Books
Elias Wikborg, Space Tourism Issues (forthcoming 2010)

Blogs
Space debris could be a new business area – Weights, Measures, and Esoterica

U.S./Japan Open Skies at Last – Aviation Law Prof Blog

Spatial Law and Policy Update (December 14, 2009) – Spatial Law and Policy

New NASA Governance Structure Under Development – NASA Watch

Should CIA Drone Operators Worry? – Volokh Conspiracy

OMB Addresses Geospatial – NSGIC

Pelosi not a ‘big fan’ of manned space; Bolden and Obama meet – The Write Stuff

Bolden and Obama (and Pelosi, too) – Space Politics

Insurgents Intercept Drone Video in King-Size Security Breach (Updated, with Video) – Danger Room

TSA Cannot Order Sites to Take Down Sensitive Manual – Secrecy News

Launch indemnification bill moves out of Senate committee – Space Politics

An extra billion for NASA in FY11? – Space Politics

Not Just Drones: Militants Can Snoop on Most U.S. Warplanes (Updated) – Danger Room

New Mexico Looks at Spaceflight Liability & Immunity Legislation Again in 2010 – Spaceports

A CFIUS problem for Virgin? – Space Politics

Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation – NASA Watch

Canada/EC Sign Aviation Treaty – Aviation Law Prof Blog

The Physics of Battles in Space – Opinio Juris

Report that Obama decided on space policy may be premature – The Write Stuff

Airports Named After Lawyers – Volokh Conspiracy

Saving Earth From an Asteroid Will Take Diplomats, Not Heroes – Wired Science

NASA versus the deficit – Space Politics

Space Lawyers and the UN, a Heinlein Special Edition – Opinio Juris

More about commercial crew transport in new space policy – RLV and Space Transport News

Spatial Law and Policy Update (December 21, 2009) – Spatial Law and Policy

EPIC sues TSA on body scanners – Security Law Brief

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