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Cooperation within the UN system

  • Luboš Perek
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Part of the Studies in Space Policy book series (STUDSPACE, volume 4)

Abstract

Substantive cooperation in outer space matters has been in existence within the United Nations system of organisations since the 1970s. A large number of seminars has dealt with efficient use of applications of space technologies for the benefit of developing countries. Early this year the 28th session of the UN Inter-Agency Meeting on Space Activities, held in Geneva, reported on cooperative activities and plans.109

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Space Activity Space Object Outer Space Radio Station Orbital Position 
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