Library: A Round-up of Reading

May 26, 2009 at 12:24 pm | Posted in Space Law | Leave a comment

Lahey, William and Patricia Heilbron. Aviation fueling at large airports: negotiating workable agreements between airlines and airport proprietors. 35 Transp. L.J. 245-261 (2008).

Taylor Dinnerman, The GAO, the media, and GPS, The Space Review


Joint Strike Fighter: Strong Risk Management Essential as Program Enters Most Challenging Phase. GAO-09-711T, May 20

Space Acquisitions: DOD Faces Substantial Challenges in Developing New Space Systems. GAO-09-705T, May 20

MilSat Magazine (May 2009)

Sats Show Pakistan Super-Sizing Its Nuclear Weapons Complex – Danger Room

GAO on GPS to USAF: WTF? – Really Rocket Science

United Pilots Make Trouble for Star – Aviation Law Prof Blog

Satellite Collision: Debris to Remain Hazard for Years – Secure World Foundation

Shuttle Call – White House Blog

Real Estate Closings on the Moon – The Nutmeg Lawyer

Military Space: “At a Critical Juncture” – Secure World Foundation

House passes FAA authorization, no user fees – AOPA

House Committee Passes Export Reform Proposal – Export Law Blog

Conflicting guidance on ISS commercial resupply funding – Space Politics

Left, right and upside down on COTS in Congress – RLV and Space Transport News

Kosmas statement on Bolden nomination – Space Politics

Nelson’s video statement about Bolden nomination – Space Politics

Bolden will need ‘limited waiver’ to serve as NASA chief – The Write Stuff

Fighting Drugs from Outer Space – JET Law Blog

Senate Testimony: U.S. Military Space Programs – Secure World Foundation

LeMay on the Partial Test Ban – Arms Control Wonk

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