International responsibility for activities in outer space is borne by states parties to the Outer Space Treaty1 whether these are carried out by governmental agencies or non-governmental entities2. The activities of non-governmental entities require authorisation and supervision by their state3. When activities are carried out by international organisations, responsibility for compliance with the Treaty is borne both by the international organisation and by the states parties to the Treaty participating in such organisation
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