An unauthorized satellite launch in India threatens US regulatory reform in space

In the US, the FCC regulates satellite operators, mainly through governing the use of radio spectrum shared with terrestrial broadcasters, while the Federal Aviation Administration authorizes rocket launches. In this case, Swarm, a US company, sought approval for its satellites to go into orbit, and the …

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