MSFC Director Sees Merit in Push Back on NASA Requirements

Commercial space companies pushing back against NASA certification, Huntsville Times

"[Marshall Space Flight Center acting Director Gene] Goldman said private companies have their own ideas. "We've been pushed back on when we try to advocate our requirements for certification, and they say, 'We don't need your requirements, this is our venture,'" Goldman said. "There's absolutely a lot of truth in that." He predicted again that it could come down to the makeup of the crews and said he is "not exactly sure how that is going to play out."

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