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The concept of 'Mankind' is also mentioned in other outer space treaties.
The orbiting of nuclear weapons is forbidden by the 1967 Outer Space treaty.
The outer space treaty is the most widely-adopted treaty, with 100 parties.
Look, the Mars treaty is based on the old Outer Space treaty.
The Outer Space Treaty represents the basic legal framework of international space law.
The rescue agreement, the liability convention and the registration convention all elaborate on provisions of the outer space treaty.
That was the first mistake, because the Outer Space treaty was in fact a very fragile arrangement, and so the Mars treaty is too.
January 27 - The United States, Soviet Union and United Kingdom sign the Outer Space Treaty.
January 1967 (Outer Space Treaty): Prohibits sending nuclear weapons into Earth orbit, placing nuclear weapons on celestial bodies or stationing them in outer space.
Development of orbital weaponry was largely halted after the entry into force of the Outer Space Treaty and the SALT II treaty.
Despite containing more specificity and detail than the rescue provision in Article V of the Outer Space Treaty, the Rescue Agreement still suffers from vague drafting and the possibility of differing interpretation.
As a follow-on to the Outer Space Treaty, the Moon Treaty intended to establish a regime for the use of the Moon and other celestial bodies similar to the one established for the sea floor in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.