West Who Space and Planet Exploration Agency

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West Who Space Program
Official logo of the West Who Space Agency

Affiliation West Who

Next Planned Lanuch Summer 2024

Motto "Our Future is in Space"

Flights 2

Establishment 2013

Aims Low Atmosphere Flying

The purpose of the West Who Space and Planet Exploration Agency (SPEA) is to develop programs and activities involving science and technology that support the priorities of the Government of the Republic of West Who. SPEA directs its resources and activities in four key areas: Space Awareness, Earth Observation, Space Science and Exploration, Satellite Communications.

The West Who National Observatory a part of Space and Planet Exploration Agency provides ground based telescope facilities for research in optical astronomy. Director K. Farr is currently administrator in charge of SPEA, which is a micronational space agency.

In addition to its core mission of Space Awareness, Earth Observation, Space Science and Exploration and Satellite Communications, SPEA is committed to contributing to international efforts to advance the study of space. The agency has participated in conferences on space exploration and collaborates with others to promote space exploration and increase public awareness of space activities. SPEA also leverages its resources to sponsor and participate in space-related events and initiatives, such as the Micronation World Space Summit. Through these activities, the agency is able to make a significant impact on the study of space

Read more: https://www.westwho.com/The West Who Space Agency SPEA intends to launch a Picosatellite, a satellite with a mass classification of 0.1–1 kg. The Republic of West Who Senate has authorized funding for a West Who Picosatellite.

Picture of Venus taken from the National Observatory of West Who

The mission of the West Who Space Agency is to promote the peaceful use and development of space, to advance the knowledge of space through science and to ensure that space science and technology provide social and economic benefits for West Who citizens.

The Republic of West Who Space Program was established to assist in the management of national space research and development programs to encourage the appeal of space, especially among our young people. SPEA encourages West Who youth to explore model rocketry as a means of learning about the basics of propelled rocket flight.

SPEA supports the NASA Student Launch program which is a research-based, competitive, experiential exploration activity. It strives to provide relevant, cost-effective research and development of rocket propulsion systems for young people.

West Who President Trains on MMU

President William Farr trained on a MMU manned maneuvering unit most commonly used by NASA for its Space Shuttle astronauts. The MMU allowed astronauts to perform untethered extravehicular spacewalks. The Manned Maneuvering Unit (MMU) is a backpack propulsion device that allows astronauts mobility for extravehicular activities outside a Space Shuttle or Space Station. It enabled them to maneuver within the payload bay or fly some distance away without needing safety tethers anchored to the vehicle. President Farr trained at an American Space Center in Birmingham, Alabama, USA.

West Who President training on an MMU at American Space Center.

See also

West Who Space Director: http://www.westwho.com/presidents-message/

Read more about the West Who Space Program at the official Republic of West Who government website: http://westwho.com

Official Website of the Space and Planet Exploration Agency: https://westwhospace.com/

Official Twitter Account of the West Who Space Agency: https://twitter.com/WestWhoSpace