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Collisions of Artificial Satellites: The Liability of States and Private Entities

Air & Space Law Volume 45, Issue 3

June 2020

If satellites collide in space, satellite operators will likely seek to recover the damages resulting from the collision. But from whom? MoFo’s Jan Frohloff analyzes the potential claims of an affected satellite operator and to which forum these claims can be brought. “Collisions of Artificial Satellites: The Liability of States and Private Entities” is available in Volume 45, Issue 3 of Air & Space Law.

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