American Astronaut Jeff Williams on Monday installed TangoLab-1 on the International Space Station. The automated laboratory locker was developed and built by Lexington-based Space Tango and taken to the space station aboard a SpaceX rocket July 18. Space Tango will rent space on the lab to clients wanting to do micro-gravity research for a variety of applications.
American Astronaut Jeff Williams on Monday installed TangoLab-1 on the International Space Station. The automated laboratory locker was developed and built by Lexington-based Space Tango and taken to the space station aboard a SpaceX rocket July 18. Space Tango will rent space on the lab to clients wanting to do micro-gravity research for a variety of applications. Photo Provided
American Astronaut Jeff Williams on Monday installed TangoLab-1 on the International Space Station. The automated laboratory locker was developed and built by Lexington-based Space Tango and taken to the space station aboard a SpaceX rocket July 18. Space Tango will rent space on the lab to clients wanting to do micro-gravity research for a variety of applications. Photo Provided