Re: Export (Launch Vehicle))

Berlin Family (bmdberlin@worldnet.att.net)
Tue, 29 Apr 1997 19:19:21 -0700


You just have to fling it outside US waters.
Forget how many miles
3 or 12 or something like that

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> From: Colin L. Hildinger <colin@ionet.net>
> To: deschall@gatekeeper.megasoft.com; Andrew James Alan Welty
<andrew@chatlink.com>
> Subject: Re: Export (Launch Vehicle))
> Date: Tuesday, April 29, 1997 3:46 PM
>
> On Tue, 29 Apr 1997 15:04:25 -0400, Andrew James Alan Welty wrote:
> >===
> >I'm glad that you mentioned the book--I happened to have it at
> >work. I'm not adept at legaleaze, but it would look like we
> >would have to make our algorithm part of the public domain. I
> >also noticed that "a launch vehicle or payload shall not, by the
> >launching of such vehicle, be considered export". I don't know
> >what the definition of "Launch Vehicle" is, but that sounds like
> >the most interesting way to get around the ITAR regulations...
> >===
> >
> >My definition of "Launch Vehicle" would be something along the
> >lines of an Atlas/Delta/Proton/etc, rocket. or the STS. This
> >would technically still be leaving the country but it wouldn't
> >be exported to another country.
> >
> >Anybody care to see if we can find some aliens to help out?
> >
>
> Um, I'm getting ready to graduate with an aerospace engineering degree.
> Maybe I could help... <G>
>
>
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