Library: A Round-up of Reading

November 23, 2009 at 9:19 am | Posted in Library | Leave a comment

Articles
Richard Elkind, Who Owns the Moon?, The Cornell Daily Sun

White Papers
Space Foundation – Space Applications for International Development

Periodicals
MilsatMagazine (November 2009)

ESA Bulletin 140 (November 2009)

Blogs
Another Zodiac In-Flight Breakup Triggers an NSTB “I told you so” – Aviation Law Monitor

Canada Refrains from the Agenda for Freedom – Aviation Law Prof Blog

TSA To Inspect Jet Repair Shops Under New Proposal – Security Debrief

Nonexistent Worldwide Airline Check-in System Meltdown? – IEEE Spectrum Risk Factor

China and US To Seek Space Cooperation – Spaceports

Gordon Brown announces OS maps to be free online – Free Our Data

Japan’s Space Budget Under Stress – Space Policy Online

Big Price Tag Connected to the Joint Strike Fighter – Budget Insight

Space tourism smear – RLV and Space Transport News

Spy Agency Changes Spark Mistrust – DoD Buzz

Wednesday Export Law Grab Bag – Export Law Blog

Growth of Global Space Capabilities Highlighted in Congressional Testimony – Secure World Foundation

Canada-Finland Space Collaboration: Future Developments Could Produce Legal Minefield for Outer Space Activities – Confident Grimace

There’s Water on the Moon, But Who Owns It? – Wall Street Journal Law Blog

US Military Wants Armed Spy Bots in Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles – MDAA

Will the Under Secretary of the Air Force Still Be DOD Executive Agent for Space? – Space Policy Online

Seeking to Overturn the Dismissal of its Challenge to the East Coast Airspace Redesign, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Files Petition for Certiorari to the U. S. Supreme Court – Aviation and Airport Development Law Blog

California Utility Regulators May Approve Space-based Solar Power Commercial Project – Spaceports

Cosmos-2455 – a new generation electronic intelligence satellite – Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces

Safir Fin, Trajectory & Staging Details – Arms Control Wonk

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