Legal And Political Aspects of The Use of European Satellite Navigation Systems Galileo and EGNOS

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Global satellite navigation systems – GPS, GLONASS, Compass, Galileo – bring the world and the outer space closer to us. Regardless of the weather, the time of day or night, satellite navigation allows us to determine the location of points and moving objects anywhere on the surface of the Earth, in the sky, and all over the universe. Each of us can get additional data related to their location, e.g. the address of the nearest hospital, petrol station, or restaurant. The emergency services may accurately locate the place from which the emergency call was made. Thanks to atomic clocks placed on navigation satellites, financial transactions and high-voltage networks can work effectively.
This publication aims to familiarize the reader with the issues related to satellite navigation, challenges and dilemmas faced by the world and the European Union in the space age.


The Authors:
Joanne Irene GABRYNOWICZ – Professor emerita, has taught space law since 1987 at the University of North Dakota and the University of Mississippi. She is an internationally recognized space law expert. In recognition of her work, the International Astronomical Union named an asteroid after her, (9002) Gabrynowicz = 1981 QV2.
Karol KARSKI – ML, MA, MBA, PhD, Dr. hab., DHC mult., is a Professor and the Head of the Department of Public International Law and the President of the Academic Council of the Institute of International Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw.
Zbigniew KŁOS – PhD, Professor, Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences.
Zuzanna KULIŃSKA-KĘPA – PhD, assistant professor in the Department of International Air and Space Law, Institute of International Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw. The main areas of research: human rights, space law.
Katarzyna MYSZONA-KOSTRZEWA – PhD, Professor, Institute of International Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw; head of the Department of International Air and Space Law, head of the Post-Graduate Studies of International Law and Foreign Service, University of Warsaw; head of the Section of Space Law and Policy of the Space and Satellite Research Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Fellow of the Queen Elisabeth II Scholarship and the Joseph Conrad Scholarship. The main areas of research: air and space law, international safety, law of the international organizations.
Barbara SKARDZIŃSKA – PhD, Department of International Air and Space Law, Institute of International Law, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw. The main areas of research: space law, environmental law.


Liczba stron154
WydawcaWydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar
ISBN-13978-83-7383-958-8
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  Table of contens
  
  Preface (Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz)     9
  Introduction     13
  I. INTRODUCTION TO SATELLITE NAVIGATION
  (Katarzyna Myszona-Kostrzewa)     15
  1. How does the satellite navigation system work?     15
  2. The concepts of global and regional satellite
  navigation systems     16
  3. Existing global satellite navigation systems     19
  4. Existing regional satellite navigation systems     20
  5. The European satellite navigation systems     21
  II. THE EUROPEAN SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS – LAW AND INSTITUTIONS (Katarzyna Myszona-Kostrzewa)     25
  1. The European satellite navigation systems and the scope
  of application of international law     25
  2. The European satellite navigation systems and the United Nations
  and other universal international organizations     29
  3. The European satellite navigation systems
  and the European Space Agency     33
  4. The European satellite navigation systems
  and the European Union law     35
  5. Summary     38
  III. GALILEO: PRACTICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION
   (Karol Karski)     41
  1. Galileo – European Union’s Satellite Navigation     41
  2. Galileo vs. public procurement     41
  3. Russian rockets and European satellites     45
  4. Failure of clocks – the heart of satellite navigation     47
  5. Dispute between the United Kingdom and the European Union
  about access to Galileo after Brexit     49
  6. Summary     55
  IV. ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION (THE INFLUENCE OF HUMAN-MADE SPACE OBJECTS AND/OR DEBRIS) AND SATELLITE NAVIGATION
  (Barbara Skardzińska)     57
  1. Introduction     57
  2. Space debris in international law, European Union law,
  and national law     58
  2.1. Space debris in international law     58
  2.2. Space debris in the European Union law     62
  2.3. Space debris in national law     64
  3. Liability for environmental damage     66
  3.1. Liability for environmental damage
  in international space law     66
  3.2. Liability for environmental damage
  in international public law     73
  4. The procedure for claiming damages     76
  5. Summary     79
  V. HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE EUROPEAN SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
  (Zuzanna Kulińska-Kępa)     81
  1. Introduction     81
  2. The European satellite navigation systems
  and the right to life     83
  3. The European satellite navigation systems and the right
  to personal liberty and security     85
  4. The European satellite navigation systems and the right
  to property     87
  5. The European satellite navigation systems and the right
  to information     90
  6. The European satellite navigation systems and the right
  to good administration     92
  7. The European satellite navigation systems and the right
  to respect of private and family life and the right to personal
  data protection     93
  8. The European satellite navigation systems and the right
  to development and freedom from poverty     101
  09. The European satellite navigation systems
  and the non-discrimination clause     105
  10. The European satellite navigation systems
  and the right to effective remedy     106
  11. Summary     110
  VI. SECURITY OF THE EUROPEAN SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
  (Katarzyna Myszona-Kostrzewa)     111
  1. Introduction     111
  2. The European Union law and the security of the European
  satellite navigation systems     114
  3. The European Union law and the security of the Union
  and its Member States as affected by the operation
  of the European satellite navigation systems     117
  4. Summary     118
  CONCLUSIONS     119
  I. THE GALILEO PROGRAMME AS A TOOL OF THE INTERNATIONAL POLICY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
  (Zbigniew Kłos)     119
  1. Galileo – Second Generation GNSS Constellation, Present Status
  and Perspectives     119
  2. Galileo – International Contest     122
  3. Galileo – the EU–ESA cooperation     122
  4. Cooperation between the European Union and the United States
  on satellite navigation     124
  5. Cooperation between the European Union and other states
  on satellite navigation     126
  5.1. Cooperation between the EU and China on satellite
  navigation     126
  5.2. Galileo as the European Union platform for space dialogue
  with other states     129
  II. LEGAL ISSUES RELATED TO THE USE OF THE EUROPEAN SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
  (Katarzyna Myszona-Kostrzewa, Zuzanna Kulińska-Kępa, Barbara Skardzińska)     131
  BIBLIOGRAPHY     135
  INDEX     147
  ABOUT THE AUTHORS     151
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