Joint International Space Administration

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Joint International Space Administration
Agency overview
Formed19 January 2019
DissolvedMid-2019 (de facto due to inactivity)
31 May 2020 (de jure)
JurisdictionKingdom of Ikonia
MottoOur space is the future
EmployeesAt peak, 3 (2019)
Annual budget KYRκ;20·10 KYR (2019)
Agency executives (dead link)

The Joint International Space Administration (JISA, /ˈisə/) was an intermicronational government agency collectively owned both by Kingdom of Ikonia and the State of Gradonia responsible for the citizens space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research.



Foundation document picture

JISA was created in 2019, forming the main first NASA-type organization for micronations. An effort for the JISA was the idea of founding Administrator, Abrams I, after stumbling on MicroWiki pages for micronational space agencies. The JISA was formed along with the help of Aidan McGrath.

The new agency was to have a distinctly civilian orientation, encouraging space exploration and applications in space science. Since its establishment, most Ikonian space exploration efforts were been led by JISA.

The JISA started issuing uniforms, and patches to employees for space flight programs on which they take missions in.


After a major time of inactivity and the company running out of the funds back in 2019, it was collectively decided on 31 May 2020 by both Ikonia and Gradonia to shut down the agency. They also stated the Poseidon misison was shut down due to a failure back in 2019.

Space flight programs

JISA conducted one unmanned spaceflight programs during its life.

Unmanned programs

The Poseidon program is the first unmanned and only program of the JISA, and was set to take its first mission, Poseidon 1, in effect around January or February 2019 but was halted due to Aidan I's resignation.