International Institute of Space Law

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Issue 2, 2014

Access_open Space Traffic Management Options

Authors James D. Rendleman
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James D. Rendleman
USSTRATCOM JFCC SPACE, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, USA. Supervising Attorney, Operations, Space & International Law, Joint Functional Component Command for Space, United States Strategic Command, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, USA. Member, State Bar of California. Associate Fellow, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not reflect the official position of the U.S. Government, U.S. Air Force, or U.S. Strategic Command.

Henry R. Hertzfeld
Space Policy Institute, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA.

Olavo de O. Bittencourt Neto
Professor Doctor, Catholic University of Santos (Brazil)

Steven Wood
Head of Research & Intellectual Property, trakkies Research BV, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Souichirou Kozuka
Gakushuin University, Japan

Fumiko Masuda
Gakushuin University, Japan

Ian Stotesbury
International Space University (ISU), United Kingdom

Anita Rinner

Michael C. Mineiro
Science and Technology Policy Institute, United States

Bhavya Lal
Science and Technology Policy Institute, United States

George Anthony Long
Fountain Hills, Arizona, USA

Paul B. Larsen
The author taught air and space law for more than 40 years respectively at Southern Methodist University and at Georgetown University. He is co-author of Larsen,Sweeney and Gilick, Aviation Law, Cases, Laws and Related Sources, second edition (Martinus Nijhof, 2012) ad of Lyall and Larsen, Space Law A Treatise (Ashgate 2009).

John D. Rummel
East Carolina University, USA.

Pascale Ehrenfreund
George Washington University, USA.