The development of natural resources in outer space

  title={The development of natural resources in outer space},
  author={Scot W Anderson and Korey J. Christensen and Julia LaManna},
  journal={Journal of Energy \& Natural Resources Law},
  pages={227 - 258}
The extraction of natural resources from outer space sources – once the stuff of science fiction – is closer than ever to becoming a reality, as several entities pursue the best way to unlock our solar system’s most valuable resources. Space mining raises several intriguing legal questions to which there is currently no clear answer, as the scarce body of international law applicable to outer space activities lags behind the rapid advances in technology fuelling the advancement of this… 
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