Perhaps the real issue is not to recognize the importance of “peaceful ends,” but rather to define “militarization” itself. Are the terms “militarizing” and “military” identical to space – the latter is also a word that is sometimes heard in this context – or does it refer to different activities? Such efforts should always be inspired by the desire to reduce the suffering of the innocent, but also to protect space, as far as possible, from the pervasive and very human habit of waged war. In an effort to contribute to broad international cooperation on the scientific and legal aspects of the exploration and use of space for peaceful purposes, astronauts from one State Party provide astronauts from other States Parties with all possible assistance in the conduct of activities in space and on celestial bodies. The provisions of this Treaty apply to the activities of States Parties in the exploration and use of space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, whether such activities are carried out by a single State Party to the Treaty or in conjunction with other States, including cases in which they are conducted within the framework of international intergovernmental organizations. Any State Party that launches or procures the launch of an object into space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, and any State Party from which an object or entity is created is internationally responsible for the damage caused to another State Party or to its natural or legal person by that object or its elements on Earth. , in airspace or space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies. States Parties immediately inform other States Parties to the Treaty or the Secretary-General of the United Nations of any phenomena they discover in space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, that could pose a danger to the life or health of astronauts. It is likely that space weapons will begin in the near future if it is not hampered by organized and effective international opposition, or if the current US government is replaced by a government ready to scrap space weapons projects in the face of considerable opposition from national armaments supporters. Inspired by the great prospects that are opening up before humanity following the intrusion of humans into space, it offers above all an arms control contract for the peaceful uses of space and provides insufficient and ambiguous rules for recent space activities, such as the construction of the moon and asteroid.    The question remains, therefore, of whether resource extraction is a language of prohibitive appropriation or whether use involves commercial exploitation and exploitation.  In search of clearer guidelines, U.S. private companies took over the U.S.
government and the use of space was legalized in 2015 with the launch of the U.S. Commercial Space Competitiveness Act of 2015.  Similar national legislation to legalize the appropriation of extraterrestrial resources is now being put in place by other countries, including Luxembourg, Japan, China, India and Russia.     This has created some controversy over legal claims regarding the degradation of celestial bodies for profit.  In order to promote international cooperation in the exploration and use of space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, in accordance with the objectives of this Treaty, States Parties review, in accordance with equal treatment, all requests for working time by other States Parties to observe the flying objects of space launched by these States.