AIS Featured in Hackspace Magazine!

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It’s a privilege to be featured in the new HackSpace Magazine column written by Drew Fustini, which mentions my work through AIS in developing low-cost open source electric propulsion systems for nanosats. It is also exciting to be mentioned alongside other amazing efforts in the amateur space field led by Jo Hinchliffe, who runs Open Research Rocketry, leading developments in open source amateur rocketry, and Copenhagen Suborbitals, the world’s only manned, amateur space program – both of which are pushing the boundaries of accessibility in amateur rocketry.

Hackspace Magazine Issue 35

Hackspace Magazine – Issue 35

When it comes to true accessibility, it is the makers, tinkerers, and enthusiasts around the world who take these normally complex and prohibitively expensive technologies, and bring them to a state where they can be pursued even at home. I am proud to have the opportunity to use my skill sets and knowledge to help further advance such complex tech to a more accessible level!