Category: News

Space Tango Featured in ISS National Lab Magazine

Upward, the official magazine of the ISS National Laboratory, features Space Tango as their front cover story in the November 2017 edition. Space Tango: research in a box details not only the company mission, but provides a detailed look at Space Tango’s innovative efforts to utilize microgravity for application on earth. Author Sara Carney comments, […]

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Budweiser Partners with Space Tango for First Beer on Mars

Space Tango Facilitates Budweiser Barley Seeds as First Step Lexington, Ky. – Budweiser, with Space Tango, Inc. as their payload development partner, will initiate two barley experiments on SpaceX Commercial Resupply Service -13 (CRS-13) scheduled to launch on December 4th at 2:50 PM EST from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Once on the International Space Station, Budweiser’s […]

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Space Tango CEO Inducted into Kentucky Emerging Entrepreneurs Class of 2017

The Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame recognized Space Tango CEO Twyman Clements as a member of the emerging entrepreneur class of 2017 at a ceremony Wednesday in partnership with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Clements was presented the honor by Dr. Lee Todd who served not only as the University of Kentucky President and is […]

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Space Tango Announces Partnership with Airbus Defence and Space

Lexington, Ky. – Airbus Defence and Space and Space Tango of Lexington, Kentucky USA have announced an agreement combining their respective commercial programs for greater utilization of the International Space Station during the 33rd Annual American Society for Gravitational and Space Research meeting this week in Seattle, Wa. Airbus Defense and Space’s decades of on-going […]

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Space Tango Named NASA Kentucky’s EPSCoR Industry Partner

Awarded a total of $850,000 from NASA, the NASA Kentucky EPSCoR Program at the University of Kentucky chose to collaborate with Space Tango as their industry partner throughout the duration of the “small-satellite swarms” project. UK Now writer Kel Hahn shares that “small-satellite swarms are an integral part of future space missions, including exploration, atmospheric […]

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Space Tango in the News

With the approach of the launch date for SpaceX-9, the commercial resupply mission carrying Tango-Lab1 to the International Space Station, we at Space Tango are hard at work to make sure we’re ready for space. Check out the following article from our local newspaper to hear about our office and beginnings, what we’ve been working […]

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Exomedicine 2016: Recapped

If you were unable to attend this year’s Exomedicine conference, here’s an update with some of the inspiring conversations that occurred: David Wolf The conference began with a discussion by former Astronaut David Wolf. He talked not only about his personal time in space, but also of the potentials of medical advancement through microgravity research. […]

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Exomedicine Conference 2016

Connect with fellow scientists, space professionals, investors, and entrepreneurs who are shaping the future of medical exploration in space at the 2016 Exomedicine Conference. Held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla, CA, join us to learn about opportunities to engage in this new frontier of medicine. Scientists, companies, and entrepreneurs will present […]

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Year In Space

What exactly happens to the body when it experiences microgravity? In weightless environments, biological systems don’t always function as expected. In order for long-term missions (such as a mission to Mars) to occur, we must work to understand the changes that the human body experiences in microgravity, and take preventive measures to ensure the safety […]

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A Frontier of Space as a Service

Space Tango is one of the first companies of its kind, offering “Space as a Service” to facilitate innovations in microgravity. You can learn more about our research and design in microgravity in the November, 2015 issue of Inc., found at the following link: Can Outer Space Cure Cancer? This Startup is Trying to Find […]

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