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The International Space Station is not owned by any one country. Who has access to ISS and how can rival countries share it?
International Space Station Legal Framework
“The International Space Station is a co-operative programme between Europe, the United States, Russia, Canada, and Japan for the joint development, operation and utilisation of a permanently inhabited Space Station in low Earth orbit. The legal framework defines the rights and obligations of each of the countries and their jurisdiction and control with respect to their Space Station elements.”
Obama Administration Extends International Space Station until at Least 2024
How NASA Can Run The International Space Station Without Russia
International Space Station Treaty of 1998
“Agreement among the government of Canada, governments of member states of the European Space Agency, the government of Japan, the government of the Russian Federation, and the government of the United States of America concerning cooperation on the civil international space station.”
The World’s Weapons Playlist
Could We Fight Wars In Space?
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