The CSLAA/FAA human spaceflight safety study conclusions are….

by | Oct 30, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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Find images of the presentation slides detailing the conclusions of the FAA managed Aerospace Corporation study of human spaceflight safety for commercial launches in the extended portion of this blog post

See Flight’s recent story on this issue here

Past Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee (COMSTAC) meetings’ minutes and presentations can be found here

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The study was asked to focus on eight areas. They were;

1 safety and concepts of operation standards

2 licensing and permitting for third party and flight crew and participants’ safety

3 possible related ground operations’ regulation

4 if expendable and reusable vehicles should be regulated differently

5 whether bodies promoting human spaceflight should be separate from regulation

6 how third parties could evaluate new vehicles’ qualification

7 how non-government experts can help with standards and regulation development

8 and whether the extent of foreign ownership of human spaceflight companies’ operating or incorporated in the US should be regulated.

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