FCC’s Space Bureau Seeks Further Input on Regulation of Orbital Debris | Space


The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is reopening the public comment period on potential amendments to its orbital debris mitigation rules, offering space industry stakeholders another chance to provide input on these significant regulations. This move underscores the FCC’s commitment to leading in the regulation of commercial space operations. Stakeholders have until Thursday, June 27, to submit their comments, with a deadline of Friday, July 12, for any reply comments, as announced in today’s Federal Register.

This action follows a Public Notice issued by the FCC’s Space Bureau, which was established last year to enhance the agency’s role in the rapidly growing space economy. The Public Notice aims to update the FCC’s record on proposed amendments to its orbital debris mitigation rules. These rules generally require U.S. satellite operators (and non-U.S.-licensed satellite operators seeking U.S. market access) to submit satellite design and operational strategies to the FCC to minimize the risk of orbital debris.

The FCC last sought comments on these issues in April 2020, when it expanded and refined its orbital debris mitigation framework…

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