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New Space Race #3

Canada:The opinion has been expressed Canada at risk of losing out on the riches of asteroid mining. Europe: Antitrust regulators are not granting immediate approval for Safran acquiring Arianespace.The Europeans are looking at what to do for the next iteration of the Vega rocket.They are also considering a new, smallsat launcher. Show More Summary

The Best Industry for Becoming a Trillionaire

Google co-founder Larry Page and the tiny country of Luxembourg are angling for first-mover advantage in the asteroid mining industry.

A tiny European country just made an unprecedented move in the space mining business

The Luxembourg Government became the first European country to express serious interest in the potentially lucrative business of asteroid mining on Wednesday. Some have gone so far as to say that asteroid mining could grow to becomeShow More Summary

Go for launch: The space race for mining metals from asteroids gains more focus

The Luxembourg Government announced a series of measures on Feb. 3 that will boost asteroid mining and the visionary use of space resources, according to a statement from the country’s Ministry of the Economy. It’s the stuff of George Lucas, Jules Verne and James Cameron. Yes, James Cameron, the film director of Titanic, The Terminator […]

21ST CENTURY HEADLINES: Luxembourg to invest in space-based asteroid mining. The Luxembourg gove…

21ST CENTURY HEADLINES: Luxembourg to invest in space-based asteroid mining. The Luxembourg government on Feb. 3 announced it would seek to jump-start an industrial sector to mine asteroid resources in space by creating regulatory and financial incentives. Show More Summary

Luxembourg’s asteroid mining bid is Europe’s first

The country has announced it will support the development of new laws governing outer space resources and fund research projects into mining asteroids

Luxembourg Wants to Be a Global Leader in Asteroid Mining

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

It’s home to just a half-million people, but Luxembourg is not thinking small when it comes to the future. Earlier today, this tiny European nation announced its intentions to back commercial asteroid-mining ventures, and in so doing, is positioning itself as an international leader in this promising area. Read more...

Luxembourg to Back Asteroid Mining Ventures

The government of Luxembourg is putting its backing behind commercial asteroid mining less than three months after the U.S. enacted legislation that could foster such ventures.

This Two-in-One Satellite Will Bring Us One Step Closer to Asteroid Mining

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Astronauts fired this small, rectangular hunk from the International Space Station today. The payload will separate into two autonomous satellites as part of a research program to take us one tiny step closer towards making asteroid mining a reality. Read more...

Planetary Resources reveals out-of-this world 3D printing

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

If one is going to get into the asteroid mining business, one needs to prove that you can do something with what's brought back. That seems to be the thinking behind Planetary Resource's presentation today at CES in Las Vegas, whereShow More Summary

SAPVoice: 16 Mind-Bending Tech Predictions For 2016

By Jacqueline Prause, Senior Managing Editor, SAP News Services Will 2016 be the year that companies take to space with asteroid mining? Here on earth, will new European data protection laws raise the stakes for global enterprises? Will free Internet of Things (IoT) data networks turn your city into a data [...]

Can You Own Part of an Asteroid? How Asteroid Mining Is Changing Space Law

Coal miners mine coal; diamond miners mine diamonds; gold miners mine gold; space miners (will) mine space—and anything in it that has precious metals or compounds that can be whisked... read more The post Can You Own Part of an Asteroid? How Asteroid Mining Is Changing Space Law appeared first on Singularity HUB.

A ‘Lockean Approach’ to Asteroid Mining

What would 17th-century English philosopher John Locke think of the U.S. Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act?

The New Space Race Is Heating Up: Asteroid Mining, Reusable Rockets, and Water on Mars

Entrepreneurial space is looking up, way up. It's almost time to start drinking Tang again… This post is about three exciting developments and what they mean: The Asteroid Resource Law:... read more The post The New Space Race Is Heating Up: Asteroid Mining, Reusable Rockets, and Water on Mars appeared first on Singularity HUB.

US Law Allowing Asteroid Mining Continues to Stir Controversy

Language in a new commercial space law that grants companies rights to resources they extract from asteroids and other solar system bodies provides them with some certainty, but they acknowledge that the law is likely not the last word on the issue.President Barack Obama signed into law Nov. Show More Summary

Comparing the the Different Methods of Redirection Methods for Asteroid Mining

Comparative analysis of redirection methods for asteroid resource exploitationAuthors:Bazzocchi et alAbstract:An in-depth analysis and systematic comparison of asteroid redirection methods is performed within a resource exploitation framework using different assessment mechanisms. Show More Summary

Asteroid Mining is now Legal in the United States. What About the Rest of the World?

Who owns asteroids in outer space? What about if you go up and take a chunk out of one, who owns that bit? According to a newly signed law, you own whatever asteroid resources you manage to obtain—but it only applies if you’re a US citizen.President Obama signed the US Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act into law on 25 November 2015. Show More Summary

Did the U.S. Make Asteroid Mining Legal?

President Barack Obama recently signed a very forward-looking law that legalizes commercial asteroid mining. But the law has met with skepticism from some experts in international law.

The US Says Asteroid Mining Is Legal for Americans. What About Everyone Else?

A new US law says American companies can keep resources they obtain in space, but some argue it contravenes international space law.

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