When the first eclipse was sighted over California last month, developers around the world jumped into the project, hoping to get their hands on a piece of real estate.
Now, they are being told to hold off.
“It is still early days,” said Daniel Sussman, chief technology officer at the National Association of Home Builders.
“There are still a lot of things to work out.
There are still some details to be worked out.”
The National Association has not yet announced what its project will be.
It has put a $20 million commitment in, but it has not said how much of that will go toward the project.
It is asking the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to approve the project and the FAA is not expected to approve any projects until 2018, when the U-verse Eclipse program is expected to be up and running.
The FAA is also asking for $100 million to build a satellite dish that would be able to provide video feed from the space station.
The space station, which is scheduled to depart in 2022, is scheduled for a 20-year stay.
NASA is currently exploring other uses for the station, including commercial launches.
Sussman said that many of the major issues that could delay or prevent the project from moving forward are the FAA’s rules for commercial spaceflight and the satellite dish.
“There is a lot to work through,” he said.
“We are not sure we can complete all the things that are needed, but we are working to get those things done.”