In the race to create a new commercial space industry, the FAA is trying to establish rules for safely conveying crews and passengers into space. The Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee recently held the first of three teleconferences aiming to help the FAA craft regulations for the nascent industry. The discussion revolved around questions such as what level of safety and care should be expected. Former astronaut Livingston Holder, the chair of the systems working group, ...
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