If we look to the night sky, we can see the vast emptiness of space and parts of the universe that only a few understand. However, for a few private entities space presents something far more important; opportunity. Space mining and tourism are two novel ventures which present new legal issues unseen to mankind’s past. Resolving these disputes requires a careful consideration of which forum is the most appropriate for handling the nuanced issues which may arise. In the past, arbitration has been extensively discussed as a solution for space law disputes, but a closer examination of the hurdles ahead requires us to exercise caution before execution. This note is a brief critique on potential issues facing a private space arbitration ecosystem.