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A Select Bibliography of Works by Stephen E. Doyle
As of October 2006


Books


Doyle, S. E., The International Geophysical Year: Initiating International Scientific Space Co-operation, Paris, France, International Astronautical Federation, February 2012, 102 pp.

_________, Origins of International Space Law and the International Institute of Space Law of the International Astronautical Federation, Univelt, Inc., San Diego CA, 2002, 135 pp.

_________, Civil Space Systems: Implications for International Security, in the UNIDIR Series, Dartmouth Publishing, Aldershot, 1994, 271 pp. This book is a report on a three-year research project conducted for the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. It examines the implications of the multiplying number of civil space systems for international security. The project was conducted with the assistance of an international advisory group of 15 experts from 12 nations.

_________,  (ed.), History of Liquid Rocket Engine Development in the United States 1955-1980, in the AAS History Series, Vol. 13, Univelt Inc., P. O. Box 28130, San Diego, CA. 92198, 1992, 176 pp., illus., hardbound or soft cover. This volume contains proceedings of a history colloquium held during the 1989 Annual Meeting of the American Astronautical Society. It includes introductory background information and a record of discussion among participating authors. Well illustrated papers describe development of liquid rocket booster engines for Thor/Delta, Atlas, and Titan boosters, the Centaur RL-I0, and the initial development of the Space Shuttle Main Engines.

__________, Agreement Governing the Activities of States on the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies, Part 3 of a four part study prepared at the request of Senator Howard W. Cannon, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, published as a Committee Print of that Committee, 96th Cong., 2d Sess., GPO, Wash., DC, Aug. 1980. This is a study prepared in the US Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, for which SE Doyle was Project Leader and principal author.



Chapters in Books & Compendia


Doyle, S. E., Andrew G. Haley (4.11.1904 – 10.9.1966), being Chapter 6 of Space Law Pioneers, Paris, France, International Institute of Space Law, to be published in 2013.

_________, “International Space Community and Space Law,” chapter 39 of Darrin, A. G., and O’Leary, B. L. (eds.), Space Engineering, Archaeology, and Heritage, CRC Press (Taylor and Francis), New York, 2009, 1015 pp.

_________, "Legal Aspects of Space Commercialization,” Chap. 10 of Jasentuliyana, N. (ed.), Space Law: Development and Scope 127-141, Praeger, London, 1992.

_________, "Evolution and Problems of Space Law on Planet Earth," Chapter V of Durant, F. C. (ed.) Between Sputnik and the Shuttle, New Perspectives on American Astronautics, 187-197, AAS History Series, Vol. 3, Univelt, San Diego, 1981. A paper presented at the 1980 Goddard Memorial Symposium, Wash., DC, March 27-28, 1980.

_________, Introduction to Queeney, K. M., Direct Broadcast Satellites and the United Nations, Sijthoff & Noordhoff, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, 1978.

_________, "United States; National Associations: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Astronautical Society; Chapter 6 of Part IV: International Scientific Community and Professional Associations, in U. S. Congress, International Cooperation in Outer Space: A Symposium 587-592, Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, Doc. No. 92~57, 92nd Cong., 1st Sess., GPO, Wash., DC, Dec. 1971.



Selected Articles, Papers & Lectures


Doyle, S. E., “Space Law and Government Fifty Years Later,” 39 (1) Journal of Space Law (2013).

________, “Preparing Written Briefs for International Law Competitions,” 31:2  Journal of Space Law 2005, pp. 447-457.

________, "Development of the Concept of Peaceful Uses of Outer Space," paper presented at the Eighteenth International Symposium on Space Technology and Science, Kagoshima, Japan, May 22, 1992; to appear in Proceedings of the Conference.

________, "On Cleaning Up Space Debris," comments on an article by Ray Williamson, VIII:3 Issues in Science and Technology 20, National Academy of Sciences, Wash., D. C., Spring 1992; see also correction in VIII:4 Issues in Science and Technology 24, Summer 1992.

________, "Astronauts and Cosmonauts in International Cooperation: A View of the American Experience," a paper presented at the International Colloquium on Manned Space Flight, Legal Aspects in Light of Scientific and Technical Developments, Cologne, Germany, May 19-22, 1992; in proceedings of the conference: Bockstiegel, K-H., (ed.) Manned Space Flight, Studies in Air and Space Law Series, Vol. 10, Köln (Cologne), Carl Heymanns Verlag, 1993, pp. 43-66.

________, "The Changing Structures of World Space Cooperation," a paper presented at the Tenth Annual International Space Development Conference, San Antonio, Texas, May 22-27, 1991; in Proceedings of the Conference.

________, "Technopolity in Astronautics -Past, Present and Future," a paper presented at the 33rd Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Dresden, Germany, Oct. 1990, Preprint No. IISL-90064; in Proceedings of the 33rd Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, AIAA, Wash., DC, 1991.

_______, "The Status of Space Law," a paper presented at the Third International Conference on the Commercial and Industrial Uses of Outer Space, Montreux, Switzerland, March 26-29, 1990; in Egan, J. J. (ed.), Space Commerce, containing proceedings of the Conference, Gordon & Breach, New York, 1990, pp. 9-17.

_______, "Legal Problems of Developing Countries' Access to Space Launch Vehicles, " a paper presented to the Symposium on Space Commercialization: Roles of Developing Countries, Nashville, Tennessee, March 5-10, 1989; in Shahrokhi, et al., Space Commercial-ization: Launch Vehicles and Programs, 132-139, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics Series, Vol. 126, AIAA, Wash., DC, 1990.

_______, "Legalities, Practicalities, and Realities of the Use of Outer Space by Developing Countries," a paper presented at the 32nd Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Malaga-Torremolinos, Spain, Oct. 1989; in Proceedings of the 32nd Colloquium, AIAA, Wash., DC, 1990.

_______, "General Issues of Space Law: Current and Prospective," a paper presented at the 31st Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Bangalore, India, Oct. 13-15, 1988, Preprint No. IISL88-060; in the Proceedings of the 31st Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, AIAA, Wash., DC, 1989.

______, "Space Law and the Geostationary Orbit: The ITU's WARC-ORB 85-88 Concluded," 17:1 J. of Space L. 13-21, 1989.

______, "Benefits to Society from Space Exploration and Use," a paper presented at the 39th Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Bangalore, India, Oct. 8-15, 1988, Preprint No. IAA-88-567; published with the same title in 19:9 Acta Astronautica 749-754, Sept.1989.

______, "International Space Plans and Policies: Future Roles of International Organizations," a paper presented at the 39th Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Bangalore, India, Oct. 8-15, 1988, Preprint No. IAA-88-622; published with the same title in 18:2 J. of Space L. 123137, 1990.

______, "U. S. National Space Policy Comprehensively Revised - a Commentary," 16:1 J. of Space L. 64-75, 1988.

_______, "Space Transportation Choices Expanding: The Resurgence of Expendable launch Vehicles," in The 1987 Satellite Directory, 340-349, Phillips Publishing, Inc., 9th Edition, Potomac, Maryland, 1987; revised and expanded, with the same title, in The 1988 Satellite Directory, 13-18,Phillips Publishing, Inc., 10th Edition, Potomac, Maryland, 1988.

_______, "Legal Aspects of International Competition in Provision of Launch Services," a paper presented at the 30th Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Brighton, England, Oct. 13-16, 1987; in the Proceedings of the 30th Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space. An expanded version of this paper was presented in Nashville, Tennessee in March 1989 and was subsequently published in proceedings of that conference, listed above.

_______, "Equitable Aspects of Access To and Use of the Geostationary Satellite Orbit," a paper presented at the International Academy of Astronautics, Symposium on the Use of the Geostationary Orbit, Brighton, England, Oct. 15, 1987, Preprint No. IAA-87-642; published with the same title in 17:6 Acta Astronautica 637-646, 1988.

_______, "Regulating the Geostationary Orbit: ITU's WARC-ORB-'85-'88," 15:1 J. of Space L 1-23, 1987; an elaboration of the ABA paper presented in San Diego in Oct. 1985.

_______, Introduction to American Enterprise, The Law, and the Commercial Use of Space, vii-x, Volume III of a Series by the National Legal Center for the Public Interest, Wash., DC, 1987.

_______,"National Space Policy: Is It Made or Does It Happen?" a paper presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Astronautical Society, AAS Preprint No. AAS-86-364, Boulder, Colorado, Oct. 26-29, 1986; in Morgenthaler, G. W., et al. (eds.), Aerospace Century XXI, 551-562, Volume 64 of the American Astronautical Society, Advances in Astronautical Sciences Series, Univelt, San Diego, 1987.

_______, "Developments in Space law: Current Base and Future Requirements," in Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Symposium on Space Technology and Science, Volume II, 2209-2216, Tokyo, Japan, May 19-23, 1986.

_______, "Regulating the Geostationary Orbit: The lTU's W ARC-ORB-85," at Tab 22 in Proceedings of the American Bar Association, Forum Committee on Air and Space Law, Third Annual Forum, Oct. 10-11, 1985, Hotel InterContinental, San Diego.

_______, "International Telecommunication Union W ARC-85 Conference Preparatory Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland - June 25 to July 20, 1984: Summary of Highlights and Results," 12:2 J. of Space L. 174-182, 1985.

_______, “The American Delegation at WARC-ORB-85”, a narrative poem about the Conference.  Sacramento, Aerojet-General, 1985  Available on request from the author.

_______, "Original Contributions to Concepts of Space Law," 34:8 J. B. I. S., 337-347, Aug. 1981. This paper was co-winner of the 1980 Robert H. Goddard Historical Essay Award of the National Space Club, Washington, DC.

______, "International Satellite Communications and the New Information Order: Distressing Broadcasting Satellites," 8:2 Syracuse J. of Int'I. L. and Comm. 365-374, Summer 1981.

_______, "Significant Developments in Space Law: A Projection for the Next Decade," 9:1&2 J. of Space L. 105-110, 1981. A paper presented at the University of Mississippi Law Center, Symposium on Space Law in Perspective, April 21, 1980.

_______, "Reentering Space Objects: Facts and Fiction," an elaboration of a paper presented on behalf of the author by N. Hosenball at the University of Akron School of Law, May 2, 1978, 6:2 J. of Space L. 107-117, 1978.

_______, "Andrew Gallagher Haley: A Biographical Sketch (1904-1966)," in Steinhoff, E. A. (ed),  The Eagle Has Returned (Second Part), 294-302, Volume 45, Science and Technology Series of the American Astronautical Society, Univelt, San Diego, 1977.

_______, "INMARSAT: The International Maritime Satellite Organization - Origins and Structure," 5:1&2 J. of Space L. 45-63, 1977.

_______, "Remote Sensing by Satellite: Technical and Operational Implications for International Cooperation," in Matte, N. M. and H. Desaussure (eds.), Legal Implications of Remote Sensing from Space, 3-11, A. W. Sijthoff, Leyden, The Netherlands, 1976.

________, "The International Dimension of the National Space Program," a paper presented at the 12th Space Congress, April 9-11, 1975, Cocoa Beach, Florida; in Proceedings of the Conference.

_______, "Permanent Arrangements for the Global Commercial Communication Satellite System of INTELSAT," a paper presented at the XIVth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Brussels, Belgium, Sept. 25, 1971; published in 6:2 Int'l. Lawyer 258-291, April 1972.

_______, "The Permanent Charter for INTELSAT," Dept. of State Bulletin, Oct. 18, 1971, p. 415.

_______, "An Analysis of the Socialist States' Proposal for Intersputnik: An International Communication Satellite System," 15:1 Villanova L. Rev. 83-105, Fall 1969.

_______, "Communications in the United States of America: Government and Industry Structure," 35 Telecom. J. 251, June 1968. [The Telecommunications Journal is published by the Int'l Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland.]

_______, "The International Telecommunications Satellite Consortium and Established Principles Governing Activities in Space: An Analysis of Consistency," a paper presented to the XIth Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, New York, New York, Oct. 1968.

_______, "Do We Really Need a Federal Department of Telecommunications?" XXI:1. Fed. Comm. Bar J. 3-16, 1967.

_______, "Communication Satellites: International Organization for Development and Control," 55:2 Cal. L. Rev. 431-448, 1967.

_______, "Astronautics Loses an Original: Andrew G. Haley," Astronautics & Aeronautics, Nov. 1966, pp. 60-65. A brief biography of the life of Andrew Gallagher Haley.

_______, "International Satellite Communications and the Law," 11 McGill L J. 137-147, 1965.



Co-authored Papers


Doyle, S. E., and Anderson, R. E., and Baxter, E,. Clean Energy Systems, Inc., ”Final Report: Fabricate and Test Advanced Non-Polluting Turbine Drive Gas Generator”, prepared for the United States Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Cooperative Agreement No. DE-FC26-00NT 40804, September 1, 2000 to June 1, 2003.

_________, Anderson, R., Brandt, H., Pronske, K., and Viteri, F., Clean Energy Systems, Inc.,  “Power Generation with 100% Carbon Capture and Sequestration”, presented at the 2nd Annual Conference on Carbon Sequestration, Alexandria, VA, May 5-8, 2003

___________.,  Anderson, R., Brandt, H., and Viteri, F., Clean Energy Systems, Inc.,  “A Demonstrated 20 MWt Gas Generator for a Clean Steam Power Plant”, presented at 28th International Technical Conference on Coal Utilization & Fuel Systems, Clearwater, FL, March 10-13, 2003

__________, Anderson, R., Brandt, H., Mueggenburg, H. H., Taylor, J., and Viteri, F., “A Unique Process for Production of Environmentally Clean Electric Power Using Fossil Fuels,” Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery, ISROMAC-8, Vol. II, pp. 620-625, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 2000.

_______, and J. B. Chambers, "Propulsion Requirements for Orbital Transfer and Planetary Mission Support," a paper presented at the 39th Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Bangalore, India, Oct. 8-15, 1988, AIAA Pre-print No. IAA-88-183.

_______, and E. M. Ifft, "The Scientific and Legal Aspects of International Cooperation in Remote Sensing, a paper presented during the XXIXth Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, Oct. 6, 1978.

_______, and H. J. Lewis, "Reaching the Space Station - The Transportation System and the Law," a paper presented at the XXVth International Astronautical Congress, Sept. 30-0ct. 5, 1974, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.



Congressional Testimony


_______, "Statement on W ARC-ORB 1985, submitted to the joint meeting of the Communications Sub-committee and the Science, Technology, and Space Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1985, in the published hearings.

_______, Statements on the FBI Charter Act of 1979 , in Hearings before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on S. 1612,67,70-86, Oct. 25, 1979, Part 2, 96th Cong., 1st Sess., Serial No. 96-53, GPO, Wash., DC, 1980.

_______, "Comments on Senate Bill S. 2469, in Hearings before the Communications Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, June 17, 1982, published in Committee Hearings.

 

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