Spotlight: ST-42– An Autonomous LEO Manufacturing Lab

We wanted to shine a spotlight on this incredible venture by the premier company in microgravity research and an essential partner of the ISS, Space Tango. From their website:

Space Tango, a leader in the commercialization of space through R&D, bioengineering and manufacturing in microgravity, today announced ST-42, a fully autonomous robotic orbital platform designed specifically for scalable manufacturing in space. Launching in the mid 2020’s, ST-42 aims to harness the unique environment of microgravity to produce high value products across industries; from patient therapeutics to advanced technology products that have the potential to revolutionize industries here on Earth. ST-42 is an extension of the International Space Station’s (ISS) capabilities, and NASA’s creation of a robust commercial marketplace in low Earth orbit (LEO).

Space Tango looks to provide an orbital manufacturing space capable of materials manufacturing and of complying with the FDA’s strict regulations so that commercial developers can conduct pioneering biotech and pharmaceutical research.

Read more about Space Tango and the ST-42 here.

Educate Your Friends About Mars By Sharing This Infographic

Stellar Genesis has partnered with Freelance McGee Graphics to provide this educational infographic for circulation in order to keep exploration of Mars a priority in our culture.

 

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Stellar Genesis Heeds NASA’s Funding Announcement for Lunar Instruments

Stellar Genesis Technologies has introduced research initiative DataFromDust to assemble a design team in response to a NASA Funding Announcement.

The FA calls for a proposal for a scientific instrument which will gather information about the lunar geology and seismology.  This instrument will be incorporated into a payload which will ride aboard one of NASA’s next few planned lunar lander missions.

Information gathered from the instruments will fulfill some of NASA’s Strategic Knowledge Gaps and thereby play an important role in NASA’s planned manned missions to the Moon and to Mars.

DataFromDust is still in its inital phases, so jump on over to the Join tab if you want to contribute ideas or services to the mission.

Read more about the initiative at StellarGenesis.com/DataFromDust.