Of The Convention On Registration Of Objects Launched Into Outer Space

Original Language Title: o Úmluvě o registraci objektů vypuštěných do kosmického prostoru

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130/1978 Sb.



DECREE



Minister of Foreign Affairs



dated 4 October 1978



of the Convention on registration of objects launched into outer space



On 14 June 2005. January 1975 was in New York City opened for signature the Convention on the

registration of objects launched into outer space.



On behalf of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, the Convention was signed in

New York, 5 December. April 1976.



The President of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic ratifying the Convention and

the ratification instrument was deposited with the Secretary-General of the organisation

the United Nations on 26 April. July 1977.



Convention entered into force, pursuant to article VIII of the day 15. September

1976 and for the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic on 26 February 2000. July

1977.



Czech translation of the text of the Convention shall be published at the same time.



First Deputy Minister of:



V.r. Krajčír



CONVENTION



on the registration of objects launched into outer space



States that are parties to this Convention,



Recognizing the



the common interest of all mankind to progress in research and exploitation of

of outer space for peaceful purposes,



Recalling,



the Treaty on the principles of the activities of States in the research and exploitation of space

space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies confirms that States

they bear international responsibility for their national activities in space

space, and refers to the State in whose register the object is launched

in outer space, written,



Recalling also,



the agreement on assistance to mind their return and the return of objects

launched into space provides that deleting the authorities

shall provide identification information before them will be returned

an object that they emitted into space and that was found in

the territorial boundaries of their competence,



Recalling further



the Convention on international liability for damage caused by space

objects lays down international rules and procedures concerning liability

discharging States for damage caused by their space objects,



demanding



in accordance with the Treaty on the principles of the activities of States in the research and use of

outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies to take

the provisions on the national register of space objects launched into

space vypouštějícími States,



demanding further,



to the Secretary-General of the United Nations was founded and has led to the

statutory basis of the central register of objects launched into space

space,



also, demanding



to the Contracting States were granted additional means and procedures that

help them identify space objects;



believing,



that a mandatory system of registration of objects launched into outer space

can help identify and contribute to the use and development of the

international law relating to the research and exploitation of space

space,



have agreed as follows:



Article. (I)



For the purposes of this Convention:



and) the term "deleting the State" means:



1) State, which deletes or takes care of the deletion of the space object;



2) State from whose territory or facility a space object is launched;



(b)) the term "space object" includes component parts of the space object, as well as

and means of transport of the space object and its parts;



(c)) the term ' State of registration ' means deleting the State in whose register

is the space object registered under article II.



Article II



1. As soon as the space object launched into Earth orbit or

outside it, deleting the State registers of cosmic object by making it

be entered in the appropriate register, which for this purpose. Each

deleting the State shall inform the Secretary-General of the United

Nations on the establishment of such a register.



2. If the deletion of the cosmic object involved two or more States

they decide together which of them object. 1 of this

Article registers. Taking into account the provisions of article VIII of the

The Treaty on the principles of the activities of States in the research and exploitation of space

space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, without, however,

prejudikovaly the relevant agreements concluded or forthcoming between

vypouštějícími States of the jurisdiction and control of the space object and its

the crew.



3. the content of each register and the conditions under which it will be conducted,

Decides the State registration alone.



Article. (III)



1. The Secretary-General of the United Nations to maintain a register, in

which the written information supplied under article IV.



2. all data entered in the Register shall be fully and freely accessible.



Article IV



1. each State shall provide to the Secretary General of the organization registration

the United Nations, as soon as possible, the following information about each space

the object that was written to the register:



and the name of the State or vypouštějícího);



(b) the distinguishing character of the space) of the object or its registration

number;



(c)) date and territory or place of release;



d) basic information about the orbit, including:



1) times circulation,



2) inclination of the tracks,



3);



4) perigea;



(e) General function of the space object).



2. the State registration may from time to time to provide to the Secretary-General

The United Nations for more information on space objects

entered in its register.



3. the State of registration shall notify the Secretary-General of the United

Nations, to the greatest possible extent and as soon as practicable, of space

the objects for which the previously filed information and which were, but are no longer

in orbit around the Earth.



Article. In



If the space object launched into orbit around the Earth or

her character or the registration number of the registration in accordance with article IV, paragraph 1. 1B)

or both, the State of registration shall notify the Secretary General of this

the fact to be given to the information about this cosmic object by

Article IV. In this case, writes the Secretary General of the Organization

This communication to the United Nations Register.



Čl.VI



In the event that the application of the provisions of this Convention will not allow the Contracting State

identify the cosmic object that he, or any of its

natural or legal persons to caused the damage, or that raises

danger or could cause harm to, the other Contracting States,

in particular, States which have space monitoring and tracking facilities,

the greatest extent of the direct application of that Contracting State, or of the application

made on its behalf by the Secretary-General for assistance in

the identification of the space object under fair and reasonable terms and conditions.

A State party which requests such assistance, it passes to the fullest

the extent of information about the nature and circumstances of the event that it

led to the submission of the application. Conditions and details, under which such

aid is granted, shall be agreed by the parties, which it refers to.



Article. (VII)



1. references to the States contained in this Convention other than articles VII through XII,

apply to any international intergovernmental organization which conducts

space activities if the organization declares that it accepts the rights and

the obligations envisaged in this Convention and if a majority of Member States

This organization are parties to the Convention and the Treaty on the principles of activity

States in research and use of outer space, including the Moon and

other celestial bodies.



2. the Member States of any such organization which are parties to this

Convention, it shall take all appropriate steps to ensure that

the Organization shall make a declaration referred to in the preceding paragraph.



Article. (VIII)



1. this Convention is open for signature by all States at the headquarters of the organisation

the United Nations in New York. Any State which does not sign this Convention

before in accordance with paragraph 3 of this article shall enter into force, it can

anytime access.



2. this Convention is subject to ratification of the signatárních States. Instrument of ratification

documents and instruments of accession shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the

Of the United Nations.



3. this Convention shall enter into force between the States which have deposited instruments of ratification

of the Charter, after the deposit of the fifth instrument of ratification with the Secretary-General

Of the United Nations.



4. For States whose instruments of ratification or instrument of accession will be

saved until after the Convention takes effect shall be paid from the date

deposit of their instrument of ratification or instrument of accession.



5. The Secretary-General will immediately inform all signatární and

acceding States of the date of each signature, the date of deposit of each

instrument of ratification or instrument of accession to this Convention, on the date of

its entry into force and other notices.



Article. (IX)



Any State which is a party to this Convention may propose amendments to this

Of the Convention. Changes will be effective for any Contracting State to which these

the changes will, from the time when they will be accepted by a majority of the Contracting States,

and then for each of the other Contracting State the date on which it accepts.



Article. X



Ten years after this Convention shall enter into force, the question of the revision of the

This Convention included in the provisional agenda of the General Assembly

The United Nations, in order to assess, in the light of the current

the implementation of this Convention, whether it requires revision. However, at any time after the

The Convention will be in force for five years, at the request of one third of the States,

that are parties to this Convention, and, with the consent of the majority of the


States, shall convene a Conference of Contracting States for the revision of this Convention. This

the revision will take account of the development of appropriate techniques, including the identification

of space objects.



Article. XI



Any State which is a party to this Convention, may notify the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations its arguments

A year later, when the Convention enters into force. This statement shall be effective

a year from the date of receipt of this notification.



Article. (XII)



This Convention, of which the English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian and

Spanish texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited with the

Secretary-General of the United Nations, who shall transmit duly authenticated

copies to all signatories and acceding States.



In witness whereof the undersigned have signed, after appropriate mandate their

Governments have signed this Convention, opened for signature in New York on 14 June 2005. January

1975.

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