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MIT Science Policy Review
Modern life is increasingly dependent on space technologies such as satellite communication, positioning, and remote sensing, but the political system that has enabled these advances remains fragile. In this essay, we highlight normative contestation—disagreements between space stakeholders in how operators should be expected to behave—in the geosynchronous orbital regime (GEO) as a threat to a secure and sustainable space domain. This conflict stems primarily from the interactions betweendoi:10.38105/spr.kug3iij320 fatcat:vqmtpbqlabbn7gd6i73otav4eu