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Jet Propulsion Laboratory
United States
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4800 Oak Grove Drive
California 91109
United States
Research Organisation
Starting four decades ago with the building and management of the first U.S. satellite, Explorer 1, JPL has led the world in exploring all of the solar system’s known planets, except Pluto, with robotic spacecraft. The tools developed at JPL for its spacecraft expeditions to other planets have also proved invaluable in providing new insights and discoveries in studies of Earth, its atmosphere, climate, oceans, geology and the biosphere.
JPL is a world leader in science and technology, breaking new ground in the miniaturization and efficiency of spacecraft components. At the same time, the Laboratory is pushing the sensitivity of space sensors and broadening their applications for a myriad of scientific, medical, industrial and commercial uses on Earth.

JPL is a federally funded research and development facility managed by the California Institute of Technology for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
In 2005, JPL had a workforce of about 5,425 employees and on-site contractors, and an annual budget of approximately $1.6 billion.