CPSC (Pacifica)

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Cross-Pacific Space Cooperation
CPSC Headquarters in Grovne, Sedunn
AbbreviationCPSC
Formation1957
HeadquartersGrovne, Sedunn
Official language
Austral, Sedunnic
Juno, Ryccia
Budget
$29.466 billion (FY2022)

The Cross Pacific Space Cooperation (CPSC) is an intergovernmental organisation that coordinates, conducts and promotes space research and exploration. The purpose is to achieve together what the member states would not be able to do on their own. The CPSC was founded after the Great War when Ryccia and Sedunn decided to continue their joint rocket development program, but in a purely civilian form. In 1957 the other democracies on the continents around the South Pacific Ocean were invited to join.

The headquarters are located in Grovne, Sedunn.

Member nations

Nation Year joined National programme Contributions Notes
Billion $ % of total
 Ryccia 1957 Founding member
 Sedunn 1957 SVO 2.468 8.37 Founding member
 Stoinia 1957 ASS Founding member
Izaakia (Pacifica) USI 1957 3.181 10.8 Izaakia and Brodlancia, today members of the USI, were both founding members
 Weisserstein 1959
 Myria 1963 MAA
 Snolland 1967
 Eflad 1968 EfSA
 UPRAN 1969 SARA
 Sallodesia 1971 SASA
 Emerald-Denver 1972 EDMST Emerald-1972, Denver-1980
 Andrendia 1973
 Valkyria 1985 Valkyria inherited Qvait's membership
 Anserisa 1988 AEA
 Huawan 1989
 Besern 1989
 Kliegme 1990
 Esfalsa 1993
 Gianatla 1998
 Holy Free 1999
 Ikoania 2005
 Techganet 2018 ITSA
 Transsuneria 2022 0.11 0.373

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