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This is the first book to comprehensively analyze national space legislation from a Law Reform and Participatory perspective. It explores the legal basis of a domestic scenario for private commercial space activities by examining both international and national space law. It provides national policy makers with an alternative perspective to approach the regulation of space activities and it offers the space industry the foundations to construct a model for structuring its future commercial space practice in those countries which currently lack a national space regulatory framework. The book is a must read for international and space law professionals, aerospace industry consultants, regulatory authorities, and international law and sociolegal scholars and students.