Tag Archives: space exploration

The Need for Comprehensive Space Governance in the Age of Space Colonization

By: Gabriela Ibanez From the first steps on the Moon to the far-reaching rover missions charting new territory on Mars, humanity’s space endeavors have broadened our scope of possibilities and ignited a host of political and legal questions on an international scale. This unfolding narrative has given rise to the concept of ‘global space governance,’ […]

One Small Step for Man, One Giant Problem for Mankind

By: Colsen Centner September 19, 2022 In 1969, Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon and famous proclamation “[t]hat’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” inspired the human race with confidence and excitement for the future of space travel. Ever since NASA’s maiden mission, countries around the world have exponentially increased government spending […]