A State Party that learns of the forced landing, forced landing or other accidental landing on the moon of a space object or its non-derivative constituents immediately informs the state part that has crashed and the Secretary-General of the United Nations. An important first step was the adoption by the General Assembly in 1963 of the Declaration of Legal Principles governing state activity in the exploration and use of space. This text is the genesis of the so-called « space law. » In the years that followed, five general multilateral treaties have been developed within the framework of the United Nations, which incorporate and develop concepts integrated and developed in the principles of law: 1. States parties to this Convention assume international responsibility for national activities on the Moon, whether these activities are carried out by governmental or non-governmental bodies, and to ensure that national activities are carried out in accordance with the provisions of this Convention. States Parties ensure that non-governmental entities under their jurisdiction operate on the Moon only under the authority and ongoing control of the relevant State Party. Recalling in particular that it approved, in resolution 33/16, the recommendation of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space that, at its eighteenth session, the Legal Subcommittee should, as a matter of priority, continue its efforts to complete the draft treaty on Moon 1. The Moon is used by all States Parties exclusively for peaceful purposes. Article 1 of the 1979 lunar agreement is important, since it defines the purpose of the agreement, the purpose of the agreement. « 1. The provisions of this Agreement on the Moon also apply to other celestial bodies within the solar system, with the exception of the earthly world, unless specific legal standards come into force for one of these celestial bodies. 2. For the purposes of this agreement, the reference to the Moon has orbits around or around the Moon. 3.
This agreement does not apply to extraterrestrial materials that enter the Earth`s surface by natural means. » The 1979 lunar agreement applies to all celestial bodies in the solar system, and certain laws may arise (for example. B for Mars). The 1979 lunar agreement also applies to orbits around the Moon and other trajectories to or around the Moon. Finally, meteorites are not covered by the 1979 lunar accord. (a) the orderly and safe development of the Moon`s natural resources; This can be interpreted to mean that if you are a signatory to the agreement, you will share the fruits of your efforts on the moon with everyone, whereas if you are not a signatory, you do not have to. 8. All activities relating to the Moon`s natural resources are carried out in a manner consistent with the purposes of paragraph 7 of this article and with the provisions of Article 6, paragraph 2, of this agreement.