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Allied States Space Commission
ASSC
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Space agency overview
Formed 2007
Headquarters Neil Armstrong Place, FAC, New Bay City, Texas
Agency executive Leo Butler, Commissioner
Website
http://www.assc.gov.as


The Allied States Space Commission (ASSC) is the aeronautics and space agency of the Allied States of America. Its main facilities are located at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena and the Ames Research Center in Mountain View, San Andreas, and the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Since the foundation of the Allied States, it has only launched satellites and has had no manned missions into space thus far. Its astronauts have shuttled with the British to get to the International Space Station. The ASSC is part of the Allied States Department of the Interior and Urban Development, and is under the leadership of a commissioner who reports to the Secretary.

Facilities

Administration facilities

  • Neil Armstrong Place (Headquarters) - New Bay City, Texas
  • Space Commission Building (formerly Canadian Space Agency Building) - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Communication and telescope facilities

  • Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex - Barstow, San Andreas
  • Guam Remote Ground Terminal - Guam

Construction and launch facilities

  • Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center - Houston, Texas
  • White Sands Test Facility - Las Cruces, Comanche
  • NAS Vandenberg - Lompoc, San Andreas
  • Fort Churchill - Churchill, Manitoba

Research centers

  • Ames Research Center - Mountain View, San Andreas
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Pasadena, San Andreas

Test facilities

  • Ames Research Center - Mountain View, San Andreas
  • Dryden Flight Research Center - NAS Edwards, San Andreas
  • White Sands Complex - Las Cruces, Comanche

See also

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