"It seams clear that the farther out human beings look, the further inward we see." Who owns space? The answer to above is about to become a major source of heated debate. Unlike other new territories that were open to exploration, outer space is completely void of an imprint of any kind. It is a blank slate. We can use space and prosper from it, but as the poem says, the heavens are already taken and they are not our home. Capturing space without regard to ethical considerations will surely breed significant problems, some of which may be with us for centuries. With sufficient forethought, we can make living and working in space beneficial for all concerned. The business practices initially projected from Earth will set important long-term precedents. Regardless of who or how they will be decided, now is the time to begin the debate. Your conscious participation, in influencing ethical standards for the commercialization of space may shape the character of space commerce and those living in space for a long time to come.