Space property rights and the 3:10 to Yuma

The Space Review


Ever since I started reading about the emerging (and, surprisingly, pre-existing) legal regime in outer space, first in Glenn Reynolds’ and Robert Merges’ Outer Space, then in David Livingston’s “The Business of Commercializing Space”, and The Cato Institute’s Space: The Free-Market Frontier, it seems to me that the whole business is founded on some pretty foolish ideas.