Public Administration of German Space Programs

Author:Iryna Orlovska and Kateryna Solodova
Position:Ph.D. in Law, Associate Professor, Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine (Kyiv,Ukraine)/PhD-Student, Institute of public law at the Georg-August-University Goettingen (Goettingen, Germany)
Pages:83-96
Advanced Space Law, Volume 3, 2019 83
Public Administration of German Space Programs
Iryna Orlovska1
Ph.D. in Law, Associate Professor, Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine (Kyiv,Ukraine).
E-mail: Orlovska27-09@ukr.net
https//orcid.org/0000-0001-9266-7416
Kateryna Solodova2
PhD-Student, Institute of public law at the Georg-August-University Goettingen
(Goettingen, Germany)
E-mail: solodova_kateryna@ukr.net
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9878-2802
The author of the article shows that the planning of administration of space programs in Germany is
at a high level. However, the implementation of space programs requires improvement in order to attract
investments from private businesses to this process. The authors prove that it is for this purpose that
the system of sources of space law, on which the implementation of space programs is based, requires
systematic improvement. The authors prove that in the context of globalization and the reduction of the
Asian space powers lag from the European ones, only the wide involvement of private capital in the Ger-
man space industry will provide competitive advantages in the market of space services.
Keywords: space programs, space science, space law, European Space Agency, German space Agen-
cy, public administration.
Received: January 24, 2018; accepted: February 26, 2019
Advanced Space Law, Volume 3, 2019: 83-96.
https://doi.org/10.29202/asl/2019/3/7
Introduction
In our article, we will develop the theory and practical aspects of the legal system of public
administration of space programs of Germany. This problem is Central because: rst, Germa-
ny is the leading space power of the EU and a member of ESA, which has an excellently de-
veloped space science, a variety of space technologies and the corresponding space production
business, which can produce together with its partners the entire cycle of space carriers, satel-
lites and other space objects and devices; secondly, the entry into the arena of space services of
© Orlovska, Iryna, 2019
© Solodova, Kateryna, 2019

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