ISO 14620-3:2005
Space systems — Safety requirements — Part 3: Flight safety systems
Reference number
ISO 14620-3:2005
Edition 1
2005-05
Withdrawn
ISO 14620-3:2005
34865
Withdrawn (Edition 1, 2005)

Abstract

ISO 14620-3:2005 sets out the minimum requirements for Flight Safety Systems, including flight termination systems (externally controlled system or on-board automatic system), tracking systems, and telemetry data transmitting systems for commercial or non commercial launch activities of orbital or sub-orbital, unmanned space vehicles. The intent is to minimize the risk of injury or damage to persons, property or the environment resulting from the launching of space vehicles.

ISO 14620-3:2005 can be applied by any country, by any international organization, whether intergovernmental or not, and by any agency or operator undertaking the launching of space vehicles.

ISO 14620-3:2005 is intended to be applied by any person, organization, entity, operator or launch authority participating in commercial or non-commercial launch activities of orbital or sub-orbital, unmanned space vehicles unless more restrictive requirements are imposed by the launch site country.

General information

  •  : Withdrawn
     : 2005-05
    : Withdrawal of International Standard [95.99]
  •  : 1
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  • ISO/TC 20/SC 14
    49.140 
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