Un Moon Agreement

2. For the purposes of this agreement, the reference to the Moon has orbits around or around the Moon. b) place their personnel, spacecraft, equipment, facilities, stations and installations anywhere on or below the surface of the Moon. 1. States Parties inform the Secretary-General of the United Nations as well as the public and the international scientific community, where possible and where possible, of their research and use of the Moon. For each mission to the Moon, information on time, purposes, locations, orbital parameters and duration must be provided as soon as possible after the mission is launched, whereas once the mission is complete, information on the results of each mission, including scientific results, must be provided. In the case of a multi-60-day mission, information on the implementation of the mission, including any scientific results, is communicated at regular 30-day intervals. For missions longer than six months, only significant additions to this information must be notified later. 3. States Parties agree that it is desirable to exchange scientific and other personnel as far as possible during expeditions to or from facilities on the Moon. Taking into account the potential benefits of exploiting the natural resources of the Moon and other celestial bodies, and recalling in particular that, in resolution 33/16, it endorsed the recommendation of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space that, at its eighteenth session, the Legal Subcommittee should pursue its efforts to complete the draft Treaty on the Moon as a priority, 2.

States Parties provide protection for people in distress on the Moon at their stations, facilities, vehicles and other facilities. 1. States Parties retain the jurisdiction and control of their personnel, vehicles, equipment, facilities, stations and facilities on the Moon. The presence of spacecraft, equipment, stations and installations should not be compromised by their presence on the Moon. (a) the orderly and safe development of the Moon`s natural resources; (3) Neither the surface, nor the basement of the Moon, nor part of it, nor any natural resource are the property of a state, an international intergovernmental or non-governmental organization, a national organization or a non-governmental organization or a natural person. The placement of personnel, space vehicles, equipment, facilities, stations and installations on or below the surface of the Moon, including structures related to its surface or basement, must not create a right of ownership on the surface or basement of the moon or its basement. The above provisions are without prejudice to the international regime covered in point 5 of this section. 2. As part of conducting scientific studies and promoting the provisions of this agreement, contracting states have the right to collect samples of their minerals and other substances from the Moon and remove them from the Moon.

These samples remain available to the contracting states that led them to make them and can be used for scientific purposes.