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A/AC.105/1258
2022
Report of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee on its fifty-ninth session, held in Vienna from 7 to 18 February 2022
A/AC.105/C.1/2022/CRP.11
2022
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
CANEUS International
A/AC.105/C.1/120/Add.1
2022
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Cuba, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia and Ukraine
A/AC.105/C.1/120
2022
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Austria, Brazil, Germany, India and Japan, International Atomic Energy Agency and CANEUS International
A/AC.105/1240
2021
Report of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee on its fifty-eighth session, held in Vienna from 19 to 30 April 2021
A/AC.105/C.1/2021/CRP.6
2021
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Japan and the International Organization for Standardization
A/AC.105/C.1/118/Add.1
2021
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Colombia, Mexico, European Union and International Atomic Energy Agency
A/AC.105/C.1/118
2020
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Denmark, Finland, India, Japan, Myanmar, International Organization for Standardization and the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.
A/AC.105/1224
2020
Report of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee on its fifty-seventh session, held in Vienna from 3 to 14 February 2020
A/AC.105/C.1/116/Add.1
2020
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Algeria and the Russian Federation
A/AC.105/C.1/116
2019
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Austria, Denmark, India, Indonesia, Italy, Pakistan and Slovakia, as well as from the International Organization for Standardization and the International Space University
A/AC.105/1202
2019
Report of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee on its fifty-sixth session, held in Vienna from 11 to 22 February 2019
A/AC.105/C.1/2019/CRP.8
2019
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Russian Federation
A/AC.105/C.1/2019/CRP.7
2019
Research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Japan Thailand and the International Astronautical Federation (IAF)
A/AC.105/C.1/115/Add.1
2019
National research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Brazil, Finland, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia and the United Arab Emirates
A/AC.105/C.1/115
2019
National research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Japan, Mexico and the International Astronautical Federation (IAF)
A/AC.105/1167
2018
Report of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee on its fifty-fifth session, held in Vienna from 29 January to 9 February 2018
A/AC.105/C.1/2018/CRP.10
2018
National research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Algeria and Austria
A/AC.105/C.1/113
2018
National research on space debris, safety of space objects with nuclear power sources on board and problems relating to their collision with space debris
Austria, Brazil, Germany, and Mexico, and the European Space Agency (ESA)
ST/SPACE/61/Rev.2
2017
International Space Law: United Nations Instruments
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