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JA was created to ensure opportunities exist to allow any private individual to participate in the peaceful hands on robotic exploration of space.


Image courtesy: NASA-Caltech/JPL

Image courtesy: NASA-Caltech/JPL

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Michael Johnson

Michael is a physicist on a mission to kick start the personal space age by giving everyone the opportunity to own their own spacecraft.

JA was created to ensure opportunities exist to allow any private individual to participate in the peaceful hands on robotic exploration of space.

We create, encourage, fund, manage or otherwise support a wide range of open source, open access projects to make this a reality. From making specific pieces of infrastructure available to the global community, to conceiving and executing complete on orbit missions, a JA initiative provides open source, open access to space for all in partnership with students, professionals and private individuals.

More than two dozen JA initiatives have been implemented in house or with academic and commercial partners since 2010, ranging from educational outreach programs for schools to international scientific conferences, ground station networks to spacecraft.


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