Library: A Round-up of Reading

June 27, 2011 at 11:42 am | Posted in Space Law | Leave a comment

Articles
MADHULIKA GUHATHAKURTA and DANIEL N. BAKER, How’s the Weather?, New York Times

Jeff Foust, The national space policy, one year later, The Space Review

Reports
Space Security 2011: Executive Summary

General Aviation: Security Assessments at Selected Airports. GAO-11-298, May 20

Commercial Aviation: Program Aimed at High-Risk Parent Abductors Could Aid in Preventing Abductions. GAO-11-602, June 23.

Blogs
NGAC Meeting Addresses Transportation and Laser Regulation – NGAC

Study: Regulation of ground de-icing and anti-icing services in Europe – Aviation Safety Network

‘Ultimate cloud’ comes to the rescue – Cosmic Log

U.S. Forces in Libya Use Piloted Planes, Receive “Imminent Danger Pay” – Lawfare

Two Years and More of Ongoing Policy Reviews – Commercial Space

Why Google Earth Pixelates Israel – Geospatial Science and Technology Policy

LightSquared, problems squared – Space Politics

Huntsman: space policy will come; right now it’s an affordability issue – The Write Stuff

Senate Threatens NASA With Subpoena For Missing Documents – NASA Watch

Senators push NASA for documents – Space Politics

Future Iranian Satellite Launches – All Things Nuclear

Space Debris in LEO Continues to Increase – Space Policy Online

U.S. Issues Formal Objection to ETS – Aviation Law Prof Blog

Who Then, Shall Regulate Us? – Songs of Space & Nuclear Warfare

Taming the Heavens: The New Space Diplomacy – ISN Insights

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