How high the sky? the definition and delimitation of outer space and territorial airspace in international law /
By: Gangale, Thomas.Material type: BookSeries: Studies in space law volume 13.Publisher: Leiden Brill Nijhoff 2018Description: xviii, 649p. illustrations 24 cm.ISBN: 9789004366015 .Subject(s): Delimitation of outer space | Airspace (International law)DDC classification: 341.47
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Based on author's thesis (J.S.D. - University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2017) issued under title: The definition and delimitation of outer space and territorial airspace in international law.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 596-629) and index.
Opening arguments -- The genesis of the delimitation issue -- The political approach : a fistful of theories -- The political approach : for a few theories more -- The spatial approach : arbitrary altitudes -- The spatial approach : natural phenomena -- The spatial approach : aerodynamic lift -- The spatial approach : myths and misconceptions -- The spatial approach : aerostatic buoyancy -- The spatial approach : lowest perigee -- The functional approach : security of the state -- The functional approach : its rise and stall -- The functional approach : what are space activities? -- The functional approach : what are space objects? -- What is outer space? -- A temporal approach -- National practices and legislation -- Right of passage -- Effective control and state interest reconsidered -- A hybrid approach -- A draft space delimitation convention -- Practical considerations and the convention -- The outer limits -- Summation.