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Written Reevaluation of the Sea Launch Environmental Assessment with Respect to a Proposed Non-Equatorial Launch Azimuth Scenario for the Sea Launch Company

By Gress, Ron

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Title: Written Reevaluation of the Sea Launch Environmental Assessment with Respect to a Proposed Non-Equatorial Launch Azimuth Scenario for the Sea Launch Company  
Author: Gress, Ron
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Language: English
Subject: Aviation, Federal Aviation Administration Command Center (U.S.), Mechanical engineering.
Collections: Space and Aviation eDocuments Collection
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Publisher: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

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Excerpt: Sea Launch Limited Partnership (SLLP) is an international commercial venture formed to conduct commercial space launch operations from a mobile, floating launch platform in international waters in the east-central equatorial Pacific Ocean. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) commercial space launch licensing authority in 49 USC Subtitle IX--ch. 701, Commercial Space Launch Activities, 70101-70121 (the Act), authorizes the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to oversee and coordinate U.S. commercial launch operations and to issue licenses authorizing commercial launches and the operation of commercial launch sites. The Secretary is implementing this authority through the FAA?s Associate Administrator for Commercial Space Transportation (AST). FAA exercises its licensing authority in accordance with the 14 CFR Ch. III, which authorize the FAA to license the launch of a launch vehicle when conducted within the U.S. and those operated by U.S. citizens abroad. SLLP is a foreign entity controlled by a U.S. citizen. If a foreign entity controlled by a U.S. citizen conducts a launch outside the United States and outside the territory of a foreign country, its launch must be licensed. 49 USC 70104 (a)(3). The FAA determined that SLLP is a foreign entity controlled by a U.S. citizen, Boeing Commercial Space Company. 49 USC 70102 (1)(C); 14 CFR 401.5. Because SLLP proposes to launch in international waters, outside the territory of the United States or a foreign coontry, SLLP must obtain an FAA license to launch. Licensing a launch in the environment outside the United States, its territories and possessions is a Federal action requiring environmental analysis by the FAA in accordance with Executive Order 12114, the FAA?s application of which is guided by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969.

 

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