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Leiden Lawcast S02E02: Developments in Space Law with Tanja Masson-Zwwan
During the second episode of this Leiden Law podcast, hosts Juli Wentholt and Ishana Badhai will talk with Tanja Masson-Zwaan about the latest developments in Space Law.
Tanja Masson-Zwaan: 'We have to protect our heritage on the moon, like Neil Armstrong’s footprints'
Space is becoming increasingly busier due to the launching of satellites and tourists. But no binding international agreements have been made since 1979. This is problematic, warns space lawyer Tanja Masson-Zwaan. ‘Everyone’s putting their own interests first.’
Tanja Masson-Zwaan on Radio Weetlust: Who does the moon belong to?
Assistant Professor Space Law Tanja Masson-Zwaan appeared as a guest on the Radio Weetlust programme of local Leiden radio station Sleutelstad FM. She talked about, among other things, who does the moon actually belong to and why we all would like to go there so badly.
First fine for space debris: A warning for space companies
The first fine for space debris has been issued. An American company that had failed to clean up its space junk has been fined $150.000.
Starlink - Battles of the satellites
You can hardly avoid it if you want to quickly implement satellite internet. Elon Musk's company Starlink is "all-powerful in space" (Volkskrant). Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant wrote an extensive article on the situation and the possible dangers and alternatives. For this, they interviewed several experts,…
IIASL visits key European aviation stakeholders in Brussels
Leiden Law School’s International Institute of Air and Space Law visited key European aviation stakeholders in Brussels where IIASL staff and students were able to engage with those directly involved in ensuring that the EU aviation sector is safe, resilient and sustainable.