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16 December, 21:55

Star Flights Inc. launches exploratory and commercial space flights from its base in the United States. In the event of a collision with other space objects, under the Outer Space Treaty, liability for injury or damage

a. does not exist.

b. is a strict liability-that is, liability without fault.

c. is subject to a determination of fault.

d. is to be assumed by all involved parties equitably

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  1. 16 December, 22:54
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    Option C

    Explanation:

    Star Flights Inc. conducts space experimental and industrial operations from their US headquarters. In the case that perhaps a Star Flights booster rocket crashes to Ground in the United states, accountability for injuries or harm is an total duty which is irrespective of whether or not it is at blame. Under this situation, it is the absolute duty of the release authority (Star Flights Inc.) which pay all the costs for the desrruction or problems they have caused.
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