Natural Resources of MOON
Who is the owner of moon’s natural resources?
Chinese specialists have succeeded in producing cotton on the moon, now a research center will set up, Japanese company actively looking for water.
Some business companies are now thinking of mining on the moon searching for minerals, but the question is that who has the rights of moon’s natural resources and how?
The first human step on the moon has passed for nearly 50 years, the “little first step” of Nile Armstrong, which he called ‘a huge jump for humanity’. Shortly after this historical step, Neer Armstrong’s Coffer Buzz Eden had also stepped into this calm sea.
When the moon descended from the vehicle’s eagle stairs, when Buzz Eden looked at the empty level until the moon era, he had described it with a “wonderful vow”. Since the July 11th of this Apollo 11 mission, the moon remained far from human hands and no one could be able to change there since 1972, now the situation can change because many companies now not only about the moon level Looking forward to discovering more but also digging it, it is also thinking of gold, platinum and others used in electronics.
Last month, Chinese specialists took off their space mission on this part of the moon which did not show us from the ground and also succeeded in producing cotton seeds there. It seems that China will also set up a research center. In addition to building a platform for transportation between the land and moon, a Japanese company ‘ISpace‘ is planning to start the search of water on the moon.
Are there any rules or principles in which this application can make sure that Eden’s ‘magnificent wonders’ remain in place?
The West and the Soviet Union have been discussing the right in the space of cold war and possession of potential natural resources found on space bodies. The United Nations signed a deal with the United States, the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union in 1967, when the U.S. space agency was preparing to send a humanitarian mission to NASA Moon. This agreement in the United Nations is known as ‘Outbreak Treaty‘. This agreement has been clarified that no country can claim its ownership and sovereignty based on the presence of the moon or other space bodies.
Space Welfare Company, Alder Advisor, director John Welder, can also be able to move the Magna Carta of Space. John Weller says, ‘Wake up the flame on the moon, as did Nail Armstrong and its successors do, it is impossible, because by doing so, a person, company or country does not get the rights of this space body.’
But in the year 1969, it did not mean that there was no right to the ownership of the moon’s land or to whom it did. However, as technology has grown, there is a possibility of profit from the possible resources of the moon. Even now, the future is far from the future, but its possibilities are becoming increasingly higher. According to this view, the UN issued a contract called ‘Maqsood Qamar‘ whose purpose was to differentiate between the moon and other heavenly bodies. The activities of countries have to be kept in legal scope. According to this agreement, space resources are required to be used for peace purposes, and it is important for every country to tell the United States where it wants to build a station in the space and wants to do it. .
The agreement also states that ‘the moon and its natural resources are the common asset of humanity’ and an international agreement which should be applied when it is possible to benefit from such resources. Look, but in ‘Maqsood Qamar’ the problem is that only 11 countries have signed this. France and India have also signed, but major players of Spacefield, for example, China, America and Russia did not sign it nor the United Kingdom did it.
Regardless of that, Miss Weller says that it is not easy to implement the rules set out in the agreement because various countries keep such documents in the law and ensure that their citizens and their citizens Companies prohibit these principles. John Iren, former editor of Spy Law Journal, agrees that there can be no guarantee of implementation of space-related global agreements. “Implementing these agreements is a complex combination of politics, economy and public opinion,” he says.
These agreements have faced many challenges in recent years in the absence of any individual or country’s property and sovereignty in space bodies. In the year 2015, the United States passed the law called ‘Commercial Space Launch Compatto Act’, which acknowledged their rights on such resources of the citizens that they had acquired through a small planet.
Eric Anderson, founder of the ‘Naturalistic Resources’ company exploring the natural resources of the space, declares this law ‘the most important law of history to accept all rights.’ Likewise, Lucknow also approved a law in 2017, which has acknowledged the right of space on the natural resources of space.
There is no doubt that many businesses want to benefit from these resources and think that many countries also want to help such companies. However, the lawyer, linked to spacecraft expertise, entitled “NilieSpace La”, says the US and Luxembourg have gone out of agreement with the Dhuns ‘suspension, but’ I suspect that there is no doubt any further claim It will be assumed that the right of all nations is equal to research and space should be done together. “