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National Space Council backs commercial space regulatory reform
Posted: Sat, Feb 24, 2018, 3:38 PM ET (2038 GMT)
The National Space Council approved several recommendations for commercial space regulatory reform Wednesday. The Council, meeting at the Kennedy Space Center, backed four recommendations intended to streamline licensing and regulation of commercial space activities. The recommendations include combining the Office of Space Commerce and a separate office that oversees commercial remote sensing, and moving that office from NOAA to the office of the Secretary of Commerce. The recommendations also called for launch-licensing improvements, spectrum protection and export-control reforms.
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