Category: Missions

Space Tango Provides Updates from OA-9 Mission

Imagery from Data Downlinks Provides Insight on Fluids in Microgravity LEXINGTON, Ky. (June 13, 2018) – Space Tango today shared data downlinks and images from experiments being conducted on the International Space Station for a variety of commercial and educational payloads. NASA astronauts Drew Feustel and Scott Tingle successfully installed Space Tango research payloads onboard […]

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Space Tango Successfully Installs Payloads on ISS

Researchers to Begin Receiving CRS-14 Mission Data Next Week LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 5, 2018) – Space Tango, Inc. installed customer research payloads onboard the International Space Station (ISS) on April 5th at 1:00 PM EST after the successful docking of the SpaceX Dragon Commercial Resupply Services-14 (CRS-14) cargo spacecraft. These payloads will autonomously run microgravity […]

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What’s Flying?: A Look at Space Tango CRS-14 Payloads

Scheduled to launch on April 2nd at 4:30 PM EST from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Space Tango customer payloads will be making their departure for the International Space Station. As we get closer to the final countdown, we invite you to take a look at the amazing science our customers are exploring with us. […]

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SpaceTango Facilitates Budweiser Payload on SpaceX CRS-13 Launch

Microgravity Research Payloads Yield Data to Improve Life on Earth CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Space Tango, Inc. launched an Anheuser-Busch research payload on December 15th at approximately 10:36 AM EST aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 for NASA Commercial Resupply Services-13 (CRS-13) mission. Additional payloads from Zaiput and Biorasis, Inc., as well as two experiments from […]

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Orbital ATK OA-8

WATTSVILLE, Va. – Space Tango, Inc. will use Orbital ATK’s Cygnus Pressurized Cargo Module (PCM), launched on November 12th at 7:19 AM EST, to host a radiation experiment once berthed to the International Space Station (ISS) for Orbital Sciences Commercial Resupply Service Flight 8 (OA-8). Once the Cygnus spacecraft is unloaded, the TangoLab-1 facility along […]

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SpaceX CRS-12

SpaceX CRS-12 Delivers Start-Up’s Microgravity Research Facility to International Space Station Space Tango’s Available Customer Research Capacity Doubles CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Space Tango, Inc. launches a second TangoLab facility on August 14th at approximately 12:31 PM EDT aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9for NASA’s Commercial Resupply Service-12 (CRS-12) mission. The additional facility doubles the company’s […]

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Two Heads are Better than One?

That’s right two heads are better than one, and in this case two heads have sparked more interest in microgravity research. Tufts researcher Michael Levin discusses the most recent findings on Flatworms’ regenerative abilities when introduced to a space environment. Research suggests that the lack of gravity has encouraged the tested flatworms to grow two […]

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SpaceX CRS-10

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket successfully launched Space Tango payloads on Commercial Resupply Services – 10 (CRS-10) on February 19th approximately 9:39 AM EST. Payloads will be installed in the TangoLab Facility on the ISS. CRS-10 is Space Tango’s first commercial opportunity to begin use of the facility hardware for researchers and […]

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Space Tango Payloads & CRS-10 Mission

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will deliver Space Tango payloads on Commercial Resupply Services – 10 (CRS-10) scheduled to launch on February 18th at 10:01:32 AM EST. Payloads will be installed in the TangoLab Facility on the International Space Station. CRS-10 is Space Tango’s first commercial opportunity to begin use of the facility hardware for researchers […]

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SpaceX CRS-9

LEXINGTON, Ky — At approximately 4:45am EDT Monday, August 1, American Astronaut Jeff Williams, onboard the International Space Station (ISS), permanently installed TangoLab-1. The installation follows the successful SpaceX CRS-9 launch on July 18, 2016 from Kennedy Space Center. Space Tango CEO Twyman Clements reported that all flight computers are fully operational and all other […]

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