United Nations Space Consortium

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The United Nations Space Consortium (UNSC) was established following the passage of UN Resolution 51, UN Space Consortium, by a vote of 13,191 to 5,426 on Feb 29, 2004 with the goal of unifing the efforts of United Nations members and non-members to explore space. Resolution 51 also authorized the UNSC to establish a permanent UN base on the Moon, in order to facilitate future space exploration.

The UNSC is headed by a Board of Directors. Initially elected from the United Nations membership, subsequent boardroom positions, and vacancies which may arise, are decided by a stockholders vote. Funding for the UNSC is provided for by the sale and trade of stock.

The proceedings of the UNSC are open to the public at the UNSC forum.

Board of Directors

As of July 17, 2004, the Board of Directors includes:

Chairman Samson Jacobin 
Director, Space Immigration, Exploration, and Research Regulation Authority (SIERRA),
Commonwealth of Galdago, Aperin
Hon. Janus Hollander 
President, Stellar Federation of Wetland,
current UNSC Chief Science Officer, Juxtaposition X
Hon. James Moehlman 
Assistant Manager for UN Affairs,
Militant Mercantile Alliance of Greenspoint, Texas
Dr. Albian Hefwel 
Director, National Astrophysics Society,
Socialist Commonwealth of Anhierarch, Anticapitalist Alliance
Dr. Arundhati Chawla 
Director, East Hackney Interplanetary Co-operative,
Holy Romanov Empire of East Hackney, Anticapitalist Alliance
Dr. William Martel 
Director, Atlantian Isles Interstellar Society,
Grand Colonial Kingdom of the Atlantian Isles

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