I'll start psoting Ads in space when the budgets becomes available. Like the FAA have any say over me and space... pfft!
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FAA has authority over space only when the rockets/companies come from the US.
Should a company(most likely a online casino I am guessing ) do what companies like DirecTV do, bring a floatable launch pad out to international waters, and launch the rocket, I doubt much could be done.
But then who is to say we cant go up there on our next space mission and 'nock it down
This is the **** that really gets on my nerves. This isn't some ad across the street, on a side of a bus, or on some websites. This is outer space, it's not earth. In 20 years I don't want to see people living on the moon, I don't want to see Viagra ads on the side of the moon. It's time we start treating outer space with respect. We take to many things for granted. It's bad enough we pollute this world with a bunch of crap, now outer space? What's next, tanning booths near the sun?
Putting ads in space shouldn't even be a question or thought.
I'm curious as to how they would enforce it? Shoot down giant space billboards? But this is getting really rediculous. Did they think of the environmental impact? To be visible from space, the billboard would need to be HUGE. So it wouldn't block the sunlight?
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