International Aerospace Community

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International Aerospace Community
IAC.png
Motto TBD
Establishment 21 January 2021[1]
Current charter adopted (first) 15 May 2021
Chairperson Jack D (Essexia)
Headquarters TBD
Next Planned Launch TBD
Flights
Current Program(s)
Members 10 (1 Former)
Website internationalaerospacecommunity.wordpress.com

The International Aerospace Community (IAC) is an Intermicronational organisation dedicated to the exploration of space and development of the aerospace sector. It was founded by Jack D (Chief Administrator of EAST) and Logan Ross (Administrator of the AAA) on 21 January 2021, with the aim of bringing their two space programs together to discuss aerospace, and create a community to further the micronational aerospace sector.

The name International Aerospace Community was decided upon by the founding members, after rejecting names such as the 'Micronational Aerospace Agency' and the 'Aerospace Protocol/Entende'.

The logo features a minimalist font (Rounded Elegance), with the letter 'A' representing a prograde or rocket nose, and the letter 'C' incorporating a crescent shape of a different colour askin to the shadow on a planetary body as seen from orbit. It represents the primary focus of the community being on space.

History

Jack, then Foreign Minister of Essexia and Chief Administrator of EAST, approached Logan Ross, then Emperor of Aenopia and Administrator of the AAA, regarding the formation of an intermicronational organisation to bring the micronational aerospace community together for discussion and some regulation, as well as cooperation in their independent endeavours. It was founded on the same day, with Jack putting forward the logo design and Logan creating the website.[7]

On the 25th February 2021, the Misberian Confederacy was dissolved and subsequently was the first time a member state of the IAC had left the organisation.

The First Charter of the International Aerospace Community was unilaterally ratified on the 15th May 2021. Jack assumed the position of Chairperson until the 1st June, when the rotor system is set to properly start with Aenopia becoming Chairperson.

Chairpersons

Chairpersons of the IAC
Number Nation Flag Primary Member Term Notes
1 Commonwealth of Essexia Flag of the Commonwealth of Essexia.svg Jack D 15/05/21

to

31/05/21

  • First Chairperson
-
2 Empire of Aenopia Aenopia flag.svg
3 People's Republic of Tesforia Tesforia Flag.png
4 Kingdom of Ikonia Flag of Ikonia (Pantone).svg
5 State of Vishwamitra Flag of Vishwamitra.svg
6 Republic of Yu-Xia Yu-Xia Republic New Flag.png
7 Unified Royal States of Australis Flag of Australis.svg
8 Kingdom of Lytera Lytera flag.png
9 Kingdom of Atiera Atiera flag.svg
10 Free Nation of New Athens New Athens Flag 1500x2500.png

Activities and projects

Digital model of the Starless IV rocket, a project sponsored by the IAC.

Activities

Primary activities for the IAC include:

  • Encouraging development of aerospace sectors within member states
  • Development of launch systems and technology between member states
  • Formal forum for the discussion of aerospace-related matters
  • Cooperation on projects between member sttaes
  • Fostering national interest in aerospace in member states

Projects

As of 22 January 2021 the International Aerospace Community supports 4 aerospace projects currently under development by member states. These are:

Members

As of 12 April 2021 the International Aerospace Community has 10 member states representing 12 aerospace organisations/companies.[8][a]

Organisations

Former Members/Organisations

See Also

Notes

  1. The Aenopian company Helliwell Systems and the Essexian company CAe Systems are both represented within the IAC by their respective nations.

References

  1. Essexian Post. "Essexia, Aenopia form IAC for space programs". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  2. Aenopian Hour. "AAA unveils "Starless IV" rocket; set to launch in 2021". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  3. International Aerospace Community. "AAA unveils "Starless IV" rocket; set to launch in 2021". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  4. Essexian Post. "EAST reveals new rocket design". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  5. International Aerospace Community. "Member States". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  6. International Aerospace Community. "EAST reveals new rocket design". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  7. International Aerospace Community. "IAC homepage". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  8. International Aerospace Community. "Member States". Archived from the original on 21 January 2021.
  9. Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra. "Royal Decree 6/21". Archived from the original on 25 January 2021.