The Iridium 33 - Cosmos 2251
collision was an unprecedented event in the realm of the satellites. The
collision has left the satellite industry and the space surveillance community
with many questions concerning responsibility, liability and the future of space
CASTOR has created a ground-breaking research paper that attempts to make sense of this collision and to provide a road map on what to do next with respect to defining responsibility and liability in the satellite realm.
Never before has such an important research paper been written. The collision has proven to all that such research is required to ensure the safety of our satellite population that we take for granted every day of our lives.
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CASTOR Satellite Collision Research Paper Was Last Modified On May 20, 2010