PSF relaunches

The Personal Spaceflight Federation originally formed last year after the passage of the Commercial Space Launch Amendments Act as a means for companies to exchange information about industry best practices in the nascent personal spaceflight (aka space tourism) industry. However, the organization faded from public view now long thereafter. A few months ago PSF president Mike Kelly said at Space Access ’06 conference that the organization was in the process of being relaunched, and that relaunch became official yesterday with a trio of press releases:

The PSF now has an official web site, although the information available there at the moment is limited to a brief summary of the organization, a list of members, and contact details. MSNBC has some more details about the re-launch of the Federation. Hopefully the PSF will be more active now than it was after the announcement of its formation last year.

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