NASA has released video footage of the first NanoRacks Platform and CubeLabs being located into ExPRESS Rack 4 in the Japanese Experiment Module ON-BOARD the International Space Station.
NASA Astronaut Janice Voss has been training to use the NanoRacks Platform in order to suggest and implement operational instructions for future crews on International Space Station.
Learn more from NASA about the STS-131 Mission to deliver a multi-purpose logistics module filled with science racks, including the first NanoRacks…
During a recent visit to Kentucky Space, NanoRack’s Jeffrey Manber provided an update on how the company plans to make affordable, repeatable microgravity research on the ISS available. The first of three planned NanoRacks platforms is manifested aboard STS-131 for a mid-March flight to the International Space Station.
The clock has started ticking on the countdown to our first launch!
The first NanoRacks Platform (right) will ride onboard Space Shuttle Discovery for insertion onto the International Space Station as part of the U.S. National Laboratory.
NASA’s STS-131 Mission will be carrying a number of scientific experiments to the space station inside the Russian-built Multi-Purpose Logistics Module.
Professor Bob Twiggs of Stanford University presented the NanoRacks platform to a range of organizations and individuals in Graz – Austria, Stating that…
“CubeSat takes another step in helping standardize space experiments by being used as the CubeLab for the NanoRacks on the International Space Station. Now experimenters and students can get thirty days of microgravity using space proven…