International Geophysical Year (IGY) report. The IISL together with partners the IAF and IAA have produced this report on the International Geophysical Year. The IGY was a global co-operation for scientific study of various geophysical aspects and phenomena of the Earth and near-earth space. The programme included numerous disciplines collecting data in world-wide co-operation during the period 1 July 1957 to 31 December 1958. A limited group of countries agreed to an extended programme of related data collection through 31 December 1959, which extension was known primarily in the US as the International Geophysical Cooperation 1959, or IGC-59.
25 Years of the IAA/IISL Roundtable. A look back at the 25 IAA/IISL Scientific-Legal round tables at the International Astronautical Congresses.
New Perspectives on Space Law (Mark J. Sundahl & V. Gopalakrishnan, eds. 2011). This is the first e-book published by the IISL and contains the papers of the participants in the Young Scholars Session of the 53rd Annual Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space held in 2010 in Prague, Czech Republic.
The IISL republished The Law of Outer Space, An Experience in Contemporary Law Making by Judge Manfred Lachs. The new edition was edited by Prof. Tanja Masson-Zwaan and Prof. Stephan Hobe and published by Nijhoff/Brill. See brochure
International Institute of Space Law of the International Astronautical Federation – A brief History (1958-1982), by E. Pépin, Honorary President, 1982 (AIAA)
Space Law: a Bibliography, a cumulative index of the Proceedings of IISL Colloquia, 1958-1994 (UN, 1996, V.96-81142-March 1996). Click here to access. This Bibliography contains a cumulative index of the Proceedings of IISL Colloquia, 1958-1994, searchable by author and by topic.
Origins of International Space Law and the International Institute of Space Law of the International Astronautical Federation, S. Doyle, Honorary Director, 2002 (Univelt, ISBN 0-912183-17-9)
Proceedings of the Colloquia on the Law of Outer Space, published since 1958.
Click here to access the AIAA Proceedings website.
Then under ‘organization’, select ‘international institute of space law’ to see the list.
2010 Proceedings now published.