America's Greatest Space Landmarks Could Be At Risk Due to a Lack of Space Law

This Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The small steps that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made on the moon's surface made a lasting impression in the history books, but their existence on the surface of the moon could be at risk due to a lack of laws governing outer space. Michelle Hanlon, a space lawyer and Founder of the advocacy group For All Moonkind, discusses the current debate over governing and protecting everything beyond the Earth's atmosphere.
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