A State Party to whose register an object fired in outer space is transported shall retain jurisdiction and control over that object and its personnel in outer space or over a celestial body. The ownership of objects fired in space, including objects landed or built on a celestial body, and their components, is not influenced by their presence in space or on a celestial body or by their return to Earth. Objects or items found outside the borders of the State Party in whose register they are inscribed shall be returned to that State Party, which shall, upon request, transmit identifying data for response prior to their return. „The Agreement on the Rescue of Astronauts, the Return of Astronauts and the Return of Objects Launched into Space“ The Signatories agree to take all possible measures to assist or rescue astronauts in distress and, if necessary, return them to the nation from which they took off. In addition, the signatories undertake to assist in the return to the sponsoring nation of space objects that land on Earth outside the country from which they were launched. Starting in 2013, NASA`s plans to capture an asteroid by 2021 raised questions about how space law would be applied in practice.  Since the Cold War, the Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space, including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies (the „Outer Space Treaty“) and the International Telecommunication Union have served as the constitutional framework and as principles and procedures constituting space law.   In addition, the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) and its legal, scientific and technical subcommittees are responsible for examining issues relating to international space law and international space policy. The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is the secretariat of the Committee and promotes access to space for all through a wide range of conferences and capacity-building programmes.  The challenges that space law will continue to face are four times greater: they cover the dimensions of national compliance, international cooperation, ethics and the emergence of scientific innovation.    In addition, universal guidelines for the definition of airspace have yet to be defined.  Inspired by the great prospects that open up to humanity through man`s entry into space, a „good set of rules“ creates guaranteed sanctions „in case of non-compliance“, Dr.