Monday, February 21, 2022

NASA Glenn’s buildings land in 21st century

Although many Greater Clevelanders have not set foot in the
NASA Glenn Research Facility since before its visitors center
was moved in 2010 to the Great Lakes Science Center
downtown, this is a view many locals recognize. It features
the Flight Research Building, also known as the NASA Glenn
Hangar, that dates from World War II as did many nearby
buildings. But those are now being replaced with modern
office and laboratory buildings (NASA).

Until 2014, the newest office building constructed at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Glenn Research Center pre-dated Ohioan Neil Armstrong making his giant leap for mankind on the surface of the Moon. Into the early 2010s, buildings at the 325-acre campus looked like they belonged to a school district that hadn’t passed a levy in a long time.


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