AMOS 2022 — The National Space Council will hold a “learning session” with commercial industry to discuss new types of space missions and the safety and sustainability of space needed to operate them, according to the Commercial Space Director. I plan to collect views on the rules of sex. Policy Diane Howard.
She said Thursday at the Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance (AMOS) conference that the information is either novel or currently between cracks to develop a new framework of U.S. government rules and regulations for space activities. Said to be fed into the work of the Council to do. The interagency effort announced in her August by Vice President Kamala Harris, who chairs the council. Howard stressed that the effort takes a “whole-of-government” approach and involves multiple federal agencies, including the Department of Defense.
“Vice President Harris has directed the council to develop a plan for this framework and include safety and sustainability standards and protocols,” Howard said. “She gave us 180 days, so it’s March 7th.”
The plan, she detailed, is to hold “at least two” meetings with industry representatives “a little over a month from now,” with the first meeting to be announced soon in the Federal Register.
“The first session is to get the private sector to talk about their new mandate so we can better understand them and create a flexible framework that can grow with them more effectively. you can,” she said.
Some of the space technology and mission areas under scrutiny include space “garbage trucks” to remove hazardous space debris, orbital assembly and manufacturing, and the far reaches of space between Earth and Moon orbits. There are also monthly operations in
According to Howard, the second meeting with the industry will focus on the government’s commitment to U.S. space activities as required by Article 6 of the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, to which the U.S. and most UN member states have signed. We plan to focus on the “director”.
“I want you to start thinking about oversight. What does it look like and how can you provide meaningful oversight during the operational phase of your mission? Oversight that doesn’t strain your business model or stifle innovation? ?” she said.
Howard noted that improved situational awareness and “traffic coordination” in space, in her opinion, could be the tools to “achieve this feat.”