(a) An applicant must participate in a pre-application consultation meeting, as required by § 413.5 of this chapter, prior to an applicant's preparation of the initial flight safety analysis required by § 415.115.
(b) At a pre-application consultation meeting, an applicant must provide as complete a description of the planned launch or series of launches as available at the time. An applicant must provide the FAA the following information:
(1) Launch vehicle. Description of:
(i) Launch vehicle;
(ii) Any flight termination system; and
(iii) All hazards associated with the launch vehicle and any payload, including the type and amounts of all propellants, explosives, toxic materials and any radionuclides.
(2) Proposed mission.
(i) For an applicant applying for a launch specific license under § 415.3(a), the apogee, perigee, and inclination of any orbital objects and each impact location of any stage or other component.
(ii) For an applicant applying for a launch operator license under § 415.3(b), the planned range of trajectories and flight azimuths, and the range of apogees, perigees, and inclinations of any orbital objects and each impact location of any stage or other component.
(3) Potential launch site.
(i) Name and location of the proposed launch site, including latitude and longitude of the proposed launch point;
(ii) Identity of any launch site operator of that site; and
(iii) Identification of any facilities at the launch site that will be used for launch processing and flight.