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Providing a Proven Path to Space

ZIN Technologies, Inc.  is a leader in mission critical space

solutions and high reliability components for the next generation space

economy, with valuable IP for space scientific instruments, advance space power systems

and manufacturing. With decades of flight heritage combined with the agile and

innovative culture of a commercial space platforms, ZIN is uniquely

positioned to assist its customers in solving the complex challenges of future

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What We Offer

Microgravity-enabled material production capabilities and advanced manufacturing facilities demonstrate scientific and commercial merit for Earth benefit.  ZIN targets space life and physical science technologies. ZIN develops technologies to solve the medical and physiological problems of spaceflight and off-world surface exploration.  Commercial applications of spaceflight R&D in physical sciences include manufacturing, alloy development, energy transfer, biomedical advancements, and advanced materials testing.

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Why Choose ZIN Technologies

Fostering discovery and technological innovation in space

ZIN addresses global challenges by supporting sustainable development and promoting scientific research and innovation in space sciences and technologies to advance the space commercialization efforts. ZIN has a longstanding history in space applications to work with local agencies on international life and physical science collaborations, near-term LEO commercialization, and science instrument offerings. We collaborate with space research centers and universities around the world to attract and promote the next generation of space scientists and technology pioneers. 

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The Possibilities Are Endless

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