So, in this case, I asked back in the chat about the side-effects of childbirth AND what legal implications that would have for a person born outside of a celestial body; a "spacer", if you will.
So, say that next year, the first human is born in the ISS. He survives the process of childbirth, ignoring the side-effects of microgravity for an instant. Assuming he lasts long enough, what legal implications could that have for the child?
What legal rights does a "spacer" have? What citizenship does he/she have? That kind of thing.