NASA Glenn Research Center Celebrates 75 Years With an Open House

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The NASA Glenn Research Center is celebrating its 75th birthday with several public open houses.

The Cleveland open house will be held at Lewis Field May 21 and 22, followed by Technology Day on May 24. Another open house in Sandusky will follow on June 11 to 12 at Plum Brook Station.



“These events offer families an opportunity to tour our world-class facilities, meet astronauts and talk with scientists, engineers and technicians working on the nation’s space and aeronautics programs,” said David DeFelice, project manager for Glenn’s 75th anniversary celebration, in a release.

All anniversary events are free. Contact info and more can be found here.


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