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CASIS Boeing Award recipient Lambda Vision Partners with Space Tango to help ‘Cure Blindness’

Granted the CASIS-Boeing award in November 2016, Lambdavision’s protein-based implants strive to ‘cure blindness.’ with Space Tango as their payload development partner, the Connecticut-based company Lambdavision will test the manufacturing capabilities of retinal implants in microgravity. LambdaVision relies on maintaining control of several factors during the manufacturing process, including a protein-based solution. Working autonomously in […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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