| San Andreas Space Exploration Agency |
|Jurisdiction||Government of the San Andreas|
|Headquarters||People's National Army Launch Site, PR of Albion|
The San Andreas Space Exploration Agency, also known as the SASEA is the national space agency of the People's State of San Andreas.
The San Andreas Space Exploration Agency was formed on May 14, 2012 from the People's National Army.
The SASEA is responsible for all operations concerning space exploration, and construction of satellites, and rockets.
The SASEA operates the PNA Launch Site, which is located in the People's Region of Albion.
The PNA Launch Site was acquired on May 14, 2012, and it features a launch pad, a rocket assembly building, and a runway.
The SASEA launched its first project, named the Lawin project, from May 14-May 17, 2012. The project involved the testing of an experimental carrier rocket.
The SASEA's second project, named the Liwanag project, involved sending a satellite into orbit. The first satellite was successfully launched on June 3, 2012.
The SASEA is currently working on a third project, named the Langit project, which would send a manned mission into space. The Langit spacecraft, the product of the project, was successfully tested on June 23, 2012.
|Name||Launch vehicle||Launch||Purpose||Mission status|
|Lawin-1||Lawin-1 rocket||May 15, 2012 at 18:07 SAST||Experimental carrier rocket test||Reached a maximum altitude of 70 km.|
|Lawin-2||Lawin-1M rocket||May 17, 2012 at 11:38 SAST||Experimental carrier rocket test||Reached a maximum altitude of 97 km.|
|Liwanag||Lawin-2 rocket||June 3, 2012 at 14:17 SAST||Experimental satellite used for observation and research purposes||Successfully placed into orbit|
|Langit-1||Lawin-3 rocket||June 23, 2012 at 20:48 SAST||Unmanned mission to test the Langit spacecraft, demonstration of orbital correction, and retrorocket test||Successfully placed into orbit, and successfully returned to earth|
|Liwanag-2||Lawin-2F rocket||Between July 6-8, 2012||Satellite for observation and research purposes||To be launched|