TUPPER LAKE, NY — The European Commission says the EU Space Law it is preparing for legislative approval will apply equally to EU and non-EU-based satellites service providers, with the exception of purely military space assets.

But the Commission proposes a special, lighter-touch regime for startups and New Space actors so as not to undermine the dynamism of what the Commission hopes will be a high-growth sector.

How this will work, and exactly who can qualify as a startup New Space company . . .

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