(b) whether the Agency has agreed on the basis of a specific agreement between the Agency and the State concerned. (c) the design and manufacture of space equipment and instruments; NOTE the considerable mutual benefits of promoting and developing cooperation in commercial space activities, any State Party that is informed of the forced landing, forced landing or other accidental landing on the Moon of a space object or its non-directed, immediately informs the Launch Treaty Group and the Secretary-General of the United Nations. 6. The Arbitral Tribunal rules on any issue relating to its jurisdiction and, subject to the agreement between the parties, determines its own procedure. The Court of Arbitration renders its award by a majority, taking into account the provisions of this agreement, the international treaties concluded by both parties and the generally accepted norms and principles of international law. It may award a distinction for the failure of a game. Any arbitral award must be written down and its legal basis must be indicated. An arbitral award is final and binding for the parties if the parties have not agreed to the appeal procedure beforehand. (a) scientific exploration of space, including the physics of solar and terrestrial connections, radio astronomy, high-energy astrophysics and planetary exploration; Part 5A – Implementation of cooperation agreements in the area of space 8. Confidential information is classified as such. Responsibility for this designation rests with the cooperating party or organization that requires confidentiality.
Each party or organization that has cooperated protects this information in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations of its state. The term “confidential information” refers to any know-how, any data or information, including technical, commercial or financial, in any form in which it is disclosed for the purpose of carrying out an activity under this agreement and which meets the following conditions: the United States does not attempt to venture to the Moon and beyond. On May 15, NASA announced the Artemis Agreements, which were designed as a series of bilateral agreements with space agencies in other countries wishing to participate in the Artemis program.