States must render astronauts who land on the territory of a state, or on the high seas, all possible assistance in the event of accident, distress or emergency; and the astronauts must be safely and promptly returned to the state of registry of their space vehicle1. In carrying out their activities, astronauts must assist astronauts of other states; and states must make public any phenomena they discover in outer space which could be a danger to astronauts2.
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