Flight Rules

In the Inner System the United Solar Nations Space Navigation Authority (simply referred to as SpaceNav) is descended from the Pre-Fall International Space Traffic Control Office. SpaceNav is responsible for devising and maintaining navigational standards throughout the Solar System. While the space traffic control systems of Individual habitats and Solar Nations differ slightly in their implementation and operation, there are common standards set by SpaceNav to ensure timely, accurate and safe passage of all vessels. Navigation terminology, flight plans, orientation and vector data, flight rules (the "rules of the road], flight recorder data and systems and navigation communication protocols all follow standards set by SpaceNav. The Space Navigation Authority is also responsible for maintaining central databases for all flight plans and lost vessels, and the placement and maintenance of navigational beacons in specific Solar orbits. The outer system controls traffic by individual world and sometimes habitat.

Flight Rules

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