The ethics of space exploration

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1 year 9 months ago #105086 by peterhousehold
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I have an interest in the ethics of space exploration. The kind of things I have in mind are: Space law - Planetary protection - “The Overprotection of Mars” - Human or robotic explorers? – Terraforming, good, bad, obligatory, unavoidable? - Mining asteroids and the Moon - Private property in space? - Human rights on Mars? - Colonising the universe, are there good and bad reasons? - Rules for contact with aliens? - Metalaw?

Should be delighted to hear from anyone who shares this interest, and am always on the look out for blogs on this theme. I have a website which gives links to numerous web resources, as well as slides for a lecture I have given to astronomy clubs.

My own blog is here peterhousehold.blogspot.ie/search/label/Space%20exploration

Peter Household
Chair, Cork Astronomy Club
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