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 and uninterrupted life and physical science experiment hardware development programs combined with the Space Tango TangoLab facilities’ configurability and data interfaces will provide a unique and adept offering for research and customer-use aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
“This partnership with Airbus Defence and Space allows Space Tango to offer our services to a wider spectrum of use-cases and customers around the world,” explained Space Tango CEO and Co-Founder Twyman Clements. “All in pursuit of our ultimate goal - utilizing microgravity as a platform for research and manufacturing.”
“Upon early discussions with the Airbus Defence and Space team, it became clear there was synergy between TangoLab facilities and the commercial my_biorack hardware portfolio,” added Clements. “Creating the Airbus ScienceBox, the my_biorack hardware portfolio is compatible with the TangoLab facilities. Together, we open new doors to users around the world.”
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Space Tango streamlines and simplifies the unique environment that microgravity offers to design, build, and operate integrated systems that facilitate microgravity R&D and manufacturing focused for application on Earth. Space Tango allows users to focus on their work while managing the complexities of traveling to and operating in microgravity. Space Tango is committed to the standardization of processes to provide a seamless experience. Space Tango is developing an entire pipeline of products to increase the variety, volume and ease of using this new frontier. Space Tango strives to diversify the use of microgravity as they invite industries of any kind to reach beyond in hope of improving life on Earth. For more information, visit www.spacetango.com.