Best Air & Space Law Books
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1. Monthly Budget Planner: An Debt Tracker For paying Off Your Debts | 8.5" X 11" | 24 Months of Tracking | 100 Pages (Debts + Budgeting Vol)
Author: by Floral Money Planners
The Perfect 24 Month / Two Year Monthly Budget Planner *Updated 04.26. 2021* Now With Over 40 Extra Pages of Misc.Bill Tracking! This debt tracking log book is perfect for anyone who needs to track their income and expenses month to month. Businesses and individuals will benefit from this simplistic & reliable layout.
Just click the look inside feature to check out what the interior looks like. Plenty of space to notate the important stuff, and at 8. 5 x 11 inches it will fit easily on your desk or bookshelf! Product Details:Perfect size allows plenty of room for writingHeavy Matte cover protects records24 Months of detailed Tracking and space for notesGrab Yours Today!
2. Test Gods: Virgin Galactic and the Making of a Modern Astronaut
Author: by Nicholas Schmidle
In the spirit of The Right Stuff, updated for the 21st century, Test Gods is an epic story about extreme bravery and sacrifice, about the thin line between lunacy and genius. Most of all, it is a story about the pursuit of meaning in our livesand the fulfillment of our dreams.
Working from exclusive inside reporting, New Yorker writer Nicholas Schmidle tells the remarkable story of the test pilots, engineers, and visionaries behind Virgin Galactic’s campaign to build a space tourism company. Schmidle follows a handful of charactersMark Stucky, Virgin’s lead test pilot; Richard Branson, the eccentric billionaire funding the venture; Mike Moses, the grounded, unflappable president; Mike Alsbury, the test pilot killed in a fatal crash; and othersthrough personal and professional dramas, in pursuit of their collective goal: to make space tourism a reality.
Along the way, Schmidle weaves his relationship with his fathera former fighter pilot and decorated war herointo the tragedies and triumphs that Branson’s team confronts out in the Mojave desert as they design, build, and test-fly their private rocket ship.
3. Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law
Author: by Paul Hamilton
This is the hardcover edition of this title. Updated and expanded in its sixth edition, Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law (previously Practical Aviation Law) and its companion workbook function as a comprehensive instructive package for undergraduate and graduate aviation law courses.
Whether used as a set or alone, this book is an invaluable reference guide for aviation and aerospace business managers, pilots, maintenance personnel, aircraft owners, air traffic controllers, air safety investigators, operators of unmanned aircraft, and others involved in aviation and aerospace as a profession or hobby.
Practical Aviation & Aerospace Law provides readers with the basic legal knowledge and perspective to understand how the legal system works in the aviation and aerospace industry. The author helps readers recognize and avoid common legal pitfalls, and enables them to recognize when they need to call a lawyer.
This sixth edition is updated and expanded to reflect recent judicial decisions and changes in statutory, regulatory, and international treaty law. It covers topics surrounding the burgeoning unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and commercial spaceflight segments as well, from an increasingly global viewpoint.
4. Introduction to Space Law
Author: by Tanja Masson-Zwaan
About this book: Introduction to Space Law is a completely revised edition since the previous version of 2008, providing a concise and structured analysis of legal aspects of both traditional and more recent space activities. The relevance and substance of space law as a branch of public international law continues to expand.
The fourth edition of this long-time classic in the field of space law has been substantially rewritten to reflect new developments in space law and technology of the past ten years, but the main structure of the original book has been preserved.
This updated text includes new or expanded material on the proliferation of non-state and commercial entities as space actors, the appearance of innovations in space technology, the evolving international law of satellite telecommunications in a networked world, and the adoption of national laws and international soft law mechanisms that complement the international treaty regime.
What’s in this book: In this up-to-date overview of space law, the authors offer a clear analysis of the legal challenges that play a role in new and traditional areas of space activity including the following: the peaceful uses of outer space; protection of the space environment; the emergence of new legal mechanisms in space law; the role of Europe in space; telecommunications; the commercial use of space resources; human space flight; small satellites; remote sensing; and global navigation satellite systems.
5. Who Owns the Sky?: The Struggle to Control Airspace from the Wright Brothers On
Author: by Stuart Banner
Harvard University Press
In the summer of 1900, a zeppelin stayed aloft for a full eighteen minutes above Lake Constance and mankind found itself at the edge of a new world. Where many saw hope and the dawn of another era, one man saw a legal conundrum.Charles C.
Moore, an obscure New York lawyer, began an inquiry that Stuart Banner returns to over a century later: in the age of airplanes, who can lay claim to the heavens? The debate that ensued in the early twentieth century among lawyers, aviators, and the general public acknowledged the crucial challenge new technologies posed to traditional concepts of property.
It hinged on the resolution of a host of broader legal issues being vigorously debated that pertained to the fine line between private and public property. To what extent did the Constitution allow the property rights of the nation’s landowners to be abridged?
Where did the common law of property originate and how applicable was it to new technologies? Where in the skies could the boundaries between the power of the federal government and the authority of the states be traced? Who Owns the Sky is the first book to tell this forgotten story of elusive property.
6. The Ultimate LNAT Collection: 3 Books In One, 600 Practice Questions & Solutions, Includes 4 Mock Papers, Detailed Essay Plans, 2019 Edition, Law National Aptitude Test, UniAdmissions
Author: by William Antony
RAR Medical Services
The Ultimate LNAT Collection is your Complete Collection to achieving top scores on the National Admissions Test for Law. The Ultimate LNAT Collection includes: THREE of our best selling LNAT books in ONE volume Written by LNAT Specialists who have scored in the top 10% of the LANT providing time-saving tips and strategies.
This book includes:The Ultimate LNAT Guide contains comprehensive information about the Law National Admissions Test (LNAT), including tips, techniques and strategies to save you time and maximise your scores. Covers both the multiple choice questions (Section A) and the essay writing section (Section B) and prepares you for all question types that you’ll face in the exam, including detailed essay plans and model essays, helping you approach both sections successfully.
Also includes 400+ questions and fully worked solutions so you can practice your skills and understand how to improve. LNAT Practice Papers Volume 1 contains mock papers updated every year 100 questions with fully worked solutions to help you improve your scores. LNAT Practice Paper Volume 2 100 questions with extensive solutions to all the practice papers, written by experts, providing worked solutions and sample answers to ensure you can put your learning into practice.
7. UFO Briefing Book: A Guide to Congressional Oversight of the UAP Phenomenon
Author: by James P Lough
Congress is scheduled to receive a report from the Director of National Intelligence on efforts of the Defense Department and intelligence agencies to understand a potential threat from unknown objects that interacted with aircraft from the U.S.S.Nimitz and U.S.S.
Roosevelt in 2004 and 2014-2015. This briefing book demonstrates how Congress can conduct its first serious review of government efforts to understand unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP). The briefing book reviews Congress’ past failed attempts to inquire into this subject. It details the questions Congress needs to ask.
Also, what steps Congress can take if the Pentagon and the intelligence community refuse to cooperate. This book is a must read for those concerned about intrusions into our airspace by objects that possess no known form of propulsion and can disable our most advanced weapons systems.
Are they vehicles of a foreign adversary? Are these objects a threat to this country? Why does the Pentagon routinely remove records of these incidents and require secrecy oaths of witnesses? What is being hidden from our elected officials? This book is a roadmap to discovering the answers to these questions.
8. Space Coloring Book For Adults For Adults And Kids of All Ages – Galaxy Color by Number: Planets and Stars to Discover (Fun Adult Color By Number Coloring)
Author: by Color Questopia
Relax and delve into a world of color by number made just for you! This adult coloring book of relaxing mosaic space and planet images will put your mind at ease as you let your cares slip away and enjoy coloring these beautiful galaxies and solar systems.
The images in this book include a wide variety of beautiful planets, galaxies and views from space. Our professional artists will leave you with breathtaking finished images that you can color, tear out and hang up if you like. You will feel your stress melting away as you follow the simple number scheme with the colors listed, or go ahead and fill the images with your own favorite colors!
Each image is printed on high-quality paper and every drawing is followed by a blank sheet of paper so you never have to worry about tearing individual images out of the book. You will get: 20 mosaic space, planet, and galaxy designs and illustrations Single sided pages that are great for framing Premium shiny finish cover design Large 8.
9. Jetlaw Explained: The FAR/AIM Plus Cases, Legal Interpretations, Cross References, and Authors' Insights: Parts 1, 61, 68, 91, 107, NTSB 830, and AIM
Author: by Kent S. Jackson
January 7, 2021
Kent Jackson and Kali Hague, attorneys at Jetlaw, LLC, guide you in plain English through the complex, often confusing, Federal Aviation Regulations, Parts 1, 61, 68, 91, 107, NTSB 830, and AIM. This book helps clarify not only the regulations themselves, but also legal interpretations by the FAA and case law from the NTSB.
With decades of experience representing flight departments, charter operations and pilots-and as active pilots themselves-the authors draw from a thorough knowledge of aviation law to help clients navigate a path to compliant and efficient aircraft acquisition, ownership and operations. Jetlaw, LLC, advises clients on a wide array of regulatory and structure matters to help ensure compliance, while continuing to meet each client’s tax, confidentiality, reporting and other goals.
The firm’s services include the following:Represent clients in acquisitions of domestic and international, new and pre-owned business jets. Provide comprehensive tax advice, including representation in IRS audits. Guide companies through the process of obtaining air carrier certification. Help clients comply with the often confusing-and sometimes conflicting-requirements of the FAA, IRS, and other international, federal, and local governing bodies.
10. Be Amazing: 2021 – 2022 Two Year Planner: Dabbing Astronaut | STEM Student Space Science Math Engineering Technology | Daily Weekly Monthly Calendar … Board Habit Tracker To Do Lists and More!
Author: by New Nomads Press
Be Amazing – Dabbing STEM Astronaut2021-2022 2-Year PlannerFeatures You NeedMake 2021-2022 years of intention: This all-in-one calendar, planner, and notebook is the ultimate organizational tool. Monthly and Daily pages combined with top 3 to-do prompts keep you focused on your everyday schedule.
Meanwhile, weekly, monthly, and yearly overviews give you an at-a-glance look at what’s to come. It’s stocked with goal-setting worksheets, so go ahead: dream big. This 290-Page, Two Year, 24 Month January 2021 – December 2022 Calendar is both practical and easy to use.
With 104 Weekly/Daily schedule views, as well as goal-oriented habit trackers to reinforce progress, this organizer sets the tone for the year ahead! Use it for school, work or just to keep track of your busy social schedule! Buy one for yourself and your friend!
Make the world more organized! Bold Unique DesignOur designers create cute, trendy, unique designs that help you express your own bold and powerful personality! Inside, the simple – yet proven effective – planner format provides a great way to keep your world in order while giving your creative ideas a place to be realized.
11. War and Peace in Outer Space: Law, Policy, and Ethics (ETHICS NATIONAL SECURITY RULE LAW SERIES)
Author: by Cassandra Steer
Oxford University Press
This book delves into legal and ethical concerns over the increased weaponization of outer space and the potential for space-based conflict in the very near future. Unique to this collection is the emphasis on questions of ethical conduct and legal standards applicable to military uses ofouter space.
No other existing publication takes this perspective, nor includes such a range of interdisciplinary expertise. The essays included in this volume explore the moral and legal issues of space security in four sections. Part I provides a general legal framework for the law of war and peace in space.
Part II tackles ethical issues. Part III looks at specific threats to space security. Part IV proposes possiblelegal and diplomatic solutions. With an expert author team from North American and Europe, the volume brings together academics, military lawyers, military space operators, aerospace industry representatives, diplomats, and national security and policy experts.
The experience of this team provides acollection unmatched in any academic publication broaching even some of these issues and will be required reading for anyone interested in war and peace in outer space.
12. Spaceship Coloring Book For Kids: Space Rockets And Science Fiction Coloring Activity Book For Toddlers, Children, Teen, Adults- Space Ships … And More – Science Gift Idea For Toddlers
Author: by Heaven Wizard
Do Your Kids Love Spaceship? This Spaceship Coloring Book Is The Best Way To Have Fun And Relax While You Color In Detail Our 50+ Amazing Spaceship Designs And Filled Of Awesome Plane That Will Entertain Children For Hours While They Enjoy Coloring And Bringing Them To Life!
It Contains:Dimensions: 8. 5″X11″InCover: GlossyInterior: 100 Coloring Pages: 50 Amazing And Unique Airplane DesignsThis Coloring Book Is Perfect For Kids And Teenagers Who Love SpaceGreat For All Ages: We Have Many Different Designs From Easy To Hard Ones! The More You Color The Better You GetYou Can Use This As A Birthday Gift, Holiday Gift, Favorite Day Gifts.
Student Gifts, Classroom Gifts And MoreLet’s Fun With Airplane Design For Children, Plane For Boys Of All Ages Coloring For Kids Has Lots Of Benefits Including: Improves Drawing Skills-Stimulates Creativity-Color Awareness And Recognition-Contributes To Better Handwriting-Self-Expression (Releases Emotions)-Therapy And Stress ReliefSo Get Your Copy Today As The Perfect Gift And Make A Kid Happy!