World's most powerful space simulation facilities.
NASA’s Neil Armstrong Test Facility is a remote campus of Glenn Research Center. Situated on 6,700 acres in Sandusky, Ohio, it is home to some of the world’s largest and most capable space simulation test facilities, where ground tests are conducted for the U.S. and international space and aeronautics communities.
The Space Environments Complex houses some of the world’s largest and most powerful space environment simulation facilities, including the largest vacuum chamber, most powerful spacecraft acoustic test chamber, and most high-powered spacecraft shaker.
The NASA Electric Aircraft Testbed is an aeronautics test facility that provides end-to-end testing of megawatt -scale electrified aircraft powertrains to demonstrate next-generation hybrid and turboelectric commercial aircraft capabilities.