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The Final MissionPreserving NASA's Apollo Sites$
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Lisa Westwood, Beth Laura O'Leary, and Milford Wayne Donaldson

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780813062464

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813062464.001.0001

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Preservation of Space Heritage Using Models from the Sea and Antarctica

Preservation of Space Heritage Using Models from the Sea and Antarctica

(p.138) 7 Preservation of Space Heritage Using Models from the Sea and Antarctica
The Final Mission

Lisa Westwood

Beth Laura O’Leary

Milford Wayne Donaldson

University Press of Florida

“Preservation of Space Heritage using Models from the Sea and Antarctica” turns to existing precedents set by the concepts of international waters and lands, like Underwater Heritage for the sea and Antarctica, as possible models for how other properties that lack ownership (such as Tranquillity Base on the Moon) could be preserved. The authors also discuss the concept of cultural landscape as a mechanism that is gaining recognition among other types of historic preservation efforts, being made by the likes of the UN Convention, NASA Guidelines, XPrize, and the Outer Space Treaty, and how it is becoming more important as threats to space heritage are emerging.

Keywords:   Antarctica, Tranquillity Base, UN Convention, Underwater Heritage, Outer Space Treaty, XPrize, NASA Guidelines

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