The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the Space Settlement Initiative website cover basic questions about Lunar Land Claims Recognition. The following questions address more advanced issues.
If we really went to the Moon in 1969, why aren't we there now?
What were the assumptions before the Outer Space Treaty, (e.g. Robert Heinlein)?
Could the UN just give every nation a portion of the Moon to own, thereby creating valuable Lunar property rights?
Why don't space activists convince the public to support a government program to establish a base on the Moon and Mars?
Will changing how NASA works bring the taxpayers back on board?
Could this law force the US to recognize a foreign government's Lunar land claim?
Shouldn't we wait to put such a law into effect until free societies are ready to settle the Moon, to keep it from encouraging the Chinese?
Would Article VI of the Outer Space Treaty prohibit Lunar land claims recognition?
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