An FAA proposal to streamline and facilitate space launch and re-entry licensing for the new-space era has garnered 23 substantive comments days before public commentary is slated to close, according to the associate administrator for commercial space transportation. Overall, the proposed rule–proffered April 15–has received more than 100 comments so far, Associate Administrator Wayne Monteith told reporters Aug. 15. A large percentage of comments asked for more time to reply, ...

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