FAA Formalizes Airspace Rules For Hobby Rockets

The FAA is proposing to update its decades-old rules that do not formally recognize launch and recovery operations for high-powered amateur rockets on U.S. soil, an action the agency says will increase operational safety in the presence of multi-stage rockets that can soar above 450,000 ft. in...

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