PARIS — U.S. regulators propose to relax requirements for satellite constellations in non-geostationary orbit to give them more time to deploy their systems, and to permit networks that focus on specific geographic areas and do not cover all U.S. territory. But they remain undecided about how to accommodate high-altitude platforms The proposals, which the U.S.
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Peter de Selding is a Co-Founder and editor for SpaceIntelReport.com. He started SpaceIntelReport in 2017 after 26 years as the Paris Bureau Chief for SpaceNews where he covered the commercial satellite, launch and the international space businesses. He is widely considered the preeminent reporter in the space industry and is a must read for space executives. Follow Peter @pbdes