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Dr Cassandra Steer
Space Law
Space Law is a podcast hosted by Dr Cassandra Steer, mission specialist at The Australian National University (ANU) Institute of Space (InSpace) and a lecturer at the ANU College of Law. Each episode includes interviews with legal scholars exploring space law and its implications on a national and global scale.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 11 ratings
Space Law
Thank you Cassandra for this podcast. This is a fascinating area and the program is accessible to the non-specialist. You have wonderful guests and for this listener it has opened a new interest in space and has helped nurture a genuine concern for what is happening in this burgeoning space era....Read full review »
DrSerLadyBones via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/24/21
Yes
It’s good
Dweeble malorkus via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/10/21
Fantastic
Thanks for making this. It’s fascinating and the background you give, and the detail you go into with your guests, is fantastic. I have a background in law and technology and there seems to be a lot of crossover between legal and governance issues in technology and space. Will keep listening!
Ranamaniac via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/19/20
Recent Episodes
The notion of colonising the Moon or Mars, the emergence of space tourism, and the move towards commercial lunar mining might seem like futurism, but when we look at the relationship between corporations and powerful states underneath these competitions, there’s nothing new. International law and...
Published 09/09/21
Published 09/09/21
How should we regulate commercial actors who want to mine the Moon for resources? It’s not science fiction, it’s a question nations and the international community is facing right now, as the US released the controversial Artemis Accords last year, and discussions at the UN ramp up on this issue....
Published 07/26/21
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