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Title 14 Part 415 → Subpart D → §415.57

Title 14 → Chapter III → Subchapter C → Part 415 → Subpart D → §415.57

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Title 14 Part 415 → Subpart D → §415.57

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Title 14Chapter IIISubchapter CPart 415Subpart D → §415.57


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space
PART 415—LAUNCH LICENSE
Subpart D—Payload Review and Determination


§415.57   Payload review.

(a) Timing. A payload review may be conducted as part of a license application review or may be requested by a payload owner or operator in advance of or apart from a license application.

(b) Interagency consultation. The FAA consults with other agencies to determine whether launch of a proposed payload or payload class would present any issues affecting public health and safety, safety of property, U.S. national security or foreign policy interests, or international obligations of the United States.

(1) The FAA consults with the Department of Defense to determine whether launch of a proposed payload or payload class would present any issues affecting U.S. national security.

(2) The FAA consults with the Department of State to determine whether launch of a proposed payload or payload class would present any issues affecting U.S. foreign policy interests or international obligations.

(3) The FAA consults with other federal agencies, including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, authorized to address issues identified under paragraph (b) of this section associated with an applicant's launch proposal.

(c) The FAA advises a person requesting a payload determination, in writing, of any issue raised during a payload review that would impede issuance of a license to launch that payload or payload class. The person requesting payload review may respond, in writing, or revise its application.


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