Out of this world – space law experts lift the lid on satellite launches and broadband battles
More than 100km above the Earth's atmosphere, national and international law stops and space law starts. Here, space law experts talk about the outer limits
Between the time you woke up this morning and the time you got to work, you were probably in contact with between 22 and 26 satellites. All of your communications, your television, weather satellites, Google maps, the GPS in your car or at the bus stop – it quickly adds up to a lot of contact with a lot of space hardware.
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