to: 15 Oct 2020
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The accessibility of space allows for a number of scientific and technological innovations and exploration of planets and other universes. However, it also raises issues related to the ethical study of space that would allow for these innovations to occur. Such questions include: who owns space, how space ownership should be legally regulated, whether space should be privatized or commercialized, what technologies would aid in the study of space, and what international space collaboration might look like. This session provides early career researchers (ECRs) with an opportunity to describe their space policy work published in Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG), interact with science policy professionals and lead fruitful discussions on space exploration, protection, technology, and collaboration.