Well, yesterday was the last day for comment on the NPRMs, and while a few of the people who commented probably wouldn’t have had it not been for me raising the alarm, most of the commenters had already been working on their comments long before I brought it up. The good news is that most of the comments were quite good and thorough. I think it’s a sign of the growing professionalism of the industry. I was glad to see the Personal Spaceflight Federation’s getting more traction going on putting together an industry trade association, and I was also glad to see Blue Origin’s comments.
I’ll leave it to Clark or Jesse to go into the nitty gritties, but I think with all the good solid suggestions and comments they received, that there’s a pretty good chance that both this and the Human Spaceflight rule may turn out quite acceptable.
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