The Ninth Annual

Space & Satellite Law Colloquium

3rd December 2020

11am to 4pm US Eastern Time

Location: Online

Key Topics For This Year's Colloquium:
Space Law & More
Where Great Minds Meet

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A PRESTIGIOUS LIST OF OVER 50 SPEAKERS

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REPRESENTING MORE THAN 60 COMPANIES, AGENCIES, & LEADING NGOs
Founded By
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Sponsors & Partners
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OVER 100 INDUSTRY & GOVERNMENT LEADERS PARTICIPATING

COVID-19 Communications: Winners and Losers in the Commercial Space Industry During the Pandemic 

Changing Paradigm of International Space Law 

 

Africa - Humanitarian Satellite Connectivity During COVID Crisis, a Conversation Between Yahsat and SpaceCom

 

Financing the Space Industry in 2020: the Good, the Bankrupt and the Ugly 

 

Orbital Debris and Space Situational Awareness 


FAA Part 450: Introducing Performance-Based Criteria for Greater Innovation in Launch and Reentry Licensing

 

Closing remarks by Northern Sky Research

The Space and Satellite Law Colloquium was founded by Dr. Delbert Smith and Christopher Stott to be a unique forum for the open discussion of space and satellite legal and regulatory issues held under Chatham House Rules by invitation only for those professionals leading the field.

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