Can Outer Space Cure Cancer? This Startup Is Trying to Find Out
Next March, Space Tango expects to load a fully automated lab, which will be filled with 20 experiments, onto a Space X rocket and send it to the ISS for installation. By the end of 2016, the company hopes to have conducted 60 experiments for its customers over three trips, ranging from high school class experiments to pharmaceutical research for public companies. Once on the ISS, the automated lab will stream video and data down to Earth so customers can watch and manipulate their experiments in real time using Space Tango’s software and hardware.
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