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We Need a New Space Treaty

There is only one law in space, and it’s called, appropriately enough, the Outer Space Treaty. Approved by the United Nations in 1966, its primary purpose was to prevent the militarization of space. Back then, the U.S. and the Soviet Union were at the height of the space race, and what the world feared most was the prospect of nuclear weapons orbiting

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