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Narrative History re Outer Space Treaty of 1967 plus

The Outer Space Treaty, as it is known, was the second of the so-called "nonarmament" treaties; its concepts and some of its provisions were modeled on its predecessor, the Antarctic Treaty. Like that Treaty it sought to prevent "a new form of colonial competition" and the possible damage that self-seeking exploitation might cause.

NASA’s Project Prometheus Space Nuclear Reactor

Prometheus Nuclear Systems & Technology, along with Department of Energy's Office of Naval Reactors, is evaluating the possibility of developing a space nuclear reactor to supply future exploration spacecraft with a significant increase in on-board power and spacecraft propulsion capability. Such an increase in power would enable missions to the outer reaches of the solar system and beyond as well as substantially increasing the amount of science per mission.

Outer Space Treaty of 1967

Having considered the report of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space covering its work during 1966,1 and in particular the work accomplished by the Legal Subcommittee during its fifth session, held at Geneva from 12 July to 4 August and at New York from 12 September to 16 September,

Vision for 2020

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Document Download (if available): Vision 2020

US Space Command’s manifesto for dominating the ‘fourth dimension of warfare,’ when the world has declared space should not be weaponized. Downloadable as a PDF complete with some outlandish sci-fi graphics courtesy of our government.