Emblem of the World Space Exploration Initiative

World Space Exploration Initiative (later the World Space Commission) is an international space launch, global satellite coordination and public outreach organization pooled together from many of the world's space agencies.


For much of the latter half of the twentieth century and early twenty-first century, the disparate space agencies made piecemeal efforts at space exploration. However, in 2030s, the nations of the world finally decided to band together for greater association between space efforts. The World Space Exploration Initiative was born. It later evolved into the World Space Commission complete with it's own chairman and lead commissioner. Its headquarters is located in London, England.

List of participant nations

  • Argentina (CoNAE)
  • Brazil (AEB)
  • Canada (Canadian Space Agency)
  • China (Chinese National Space Administration)
  • Europe (European Space Agency, includes France's CNES, Germany's DLR, Italy's ASI, Spain's INTA, Netherlands' NSO, Sweden's SNSB, Switzerland's SSO)
  • India (Indian Space Research Organization)
  • Iran (Iranian Space Agency)
  • Japan (Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency)
  • Korea (Korean Aerospace Research Institute)
  • Mexico (Mexican Space Agency)
  • Russia (Russian Space Agency)
  • South Africa (SANSA)
  • Ukraine (State Space Agency of Ukraine)
  • United Kingdom (United Kingdom Space Agency)
  • United States (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

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