KOSMOS Directives is a international society that was inaugurated in 2011 in Moscow - Russia, dedicated to the development of studies in International Space Law and Space History of Humanity.
Everything begin with the space shutlle Vostok 1 the first manned spaceflight. Launched by Russia on April 12, 1961 , Vostok 1 brought the first human being into space: Yuri Gagarin. "I see Earth! It's so beautiful!" were the first words spoken in space. At the age of twenty-seven, Yuri Gagarin also became the first human to orbit Earth. He traveled at approximately 27,400 kilometers per hour, and remained in flight for 1 hour and 48 minutes. Gagarin did not direct the spacecraft as it began to orbit the Earth. Reentry was also computer-controlled, because the effects of spaceflight on humans were still unknown. If an emergency arose, Gagarin could have taken control. However, everything ran smoothly, and Gagarin safely returned to Earth. As planned, he parachuted to the ground at approximately 7 kilometers from the Earth instead of landing in his spacecraft, because a safe landing had not been developed for the spacecraft.
KOSMOS Directives seek to develop studies alongside national and international organizations and establish a strong network of collaborators around the globe. The importance of space law for mankind as well as their economic impacts are becoming increasingly visible, relations between private companies and governments with space programs become increasingly complex and there are still major gaps to be filled. The strategic study of spacelaw and the development of the Space Sector challenge and incite the human mind to proceed and challenge the unknow.
In the words of Yuri Gagarin I leave here my passion and loyalty to the studies of Spacelaw.