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47-1966.0808
101
7109
1966
1222
2020
1444
102
1103
1935
1940
708
M113
1956
1209
102
8102
1987
044
0051
607
1976
1031
1984
1954
1103
415
1045
1864
103
714
1993
0222
052
1968
2450
746
56
47
716
8719
417
602
104
6104
1995
322
90
1931
1701
51
29
218
908
2114
85
3504
105
08
BORG
713
079
1940
LV
426
105
10
1206
1979
402
795
106
31
2017
429
65
871
1031
541
656
764
88
001
27
05
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ISA Ship Registry
(2018-2069)

The International Space Agency (ISA) was founded in 2018 by the New United Nations (NUN) in an effort intended to coordinate combined national space exploration and safe operation and transit of commercial vessels. In that role, it operated a variety of spacecraft types, conducting oversight of missions in the areas of system survey, rescue, regulatory enforcement, technology testing, and extrasolar exploration. In 2053, upon the collapse of the NUN in the final stages of World War III, the United States of America took administrative control of the agency for the purpose of mission continuity. The NUN re-assumed administrative functions upon its reformation in 2065, splitting the ISA into two different entities: the United Earth Space Probe Agency and the United Earth Stellar Navy in 2067 and 2069, respectively.


Notes:

  • 1) Multiple entries sharing identical registration are generally the same vessel, representing changes in class (or subclass) over the operational lifespan of the vessel.
  • 2) Ships that were overhauled and designated with new (or different) subclass designations are represented on the table with multiple entries. Ships that were upgraded, but remained in the same original class/subclass, will only be represented once.
  • 3) This registry is not static; it will be updated as new Delta Dynamic reports are issued.
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