General Inquiry: Associate Director, Engineering Directorate
National Aeronautics & Space Administration
Johnson Space Center
Mail Code: EA
2101 NASA Parkway
Houston, Texas 77058
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Designed to simulate reduced gravity environments, such as Lunar, Martian, or microgravity, using an overhead gantry crane system.
A 6,860-square-foot epoxy surface that is used to simulate micro-gravity environments in three dimensions.
Provides EMI/EMC evaluation and certification testing of crew, flight, and ground support equipment.
Provides vacuum and human-rated vacuum, thermal, and thermal-vacuum chamber test operations for both manned and unmanned test enviroments. Supports a variety of other commercial applications, environmental testing, and pressure systems
Supports Engineering Visualization throughout JSC, additional NASA centers, and other institutions.
Provides a realistic lunar surface analog to evaluate major systems through integrated sysetms testing involving cargo and human lunar landers, lunar habitats, unpressurized rovers, pressurized rovers, other robotic systems, EVA test subjects, IVA and EVA tools and repair equipment, scientific sample collection equipment, etc.in an environment with simulated lunar regolith.
Offers expertise in softgoods development from design protyping to manufacturing.
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Next generation vehicle for space exploration.
Robonaut 2 (R2) is the first humanoid robot in space.
Morpheus is a vertical test bed demonstrating new green propellant propulsion systems and autonomous landing and hazard detection technology.
For more information about other capabilites available at JSC, please visit the JSC Human Spaceflight Capabilities website.