Aerial Views of Goddard: Integration and Test Facilities

  • Released Tuesday, October 17th, 2023
  • Updated Monday, October 30th, 2023 at 1:53PM

Building 29, home of the largest high-bay clean room in the world, stands prominently in this panoramic aerial view of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The clean room is as tall as an eight-story building and as wide as two basketball courts. The circular structure left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking south-southwest.Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy

Building 29, home of the largest high-bay clean room in the world, stands prominently in this panoramic aerial view of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The clean room is as tall as an eight-story building and as wide as two basketball courts. The circular structure left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking south-southwest.

Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy

A view high above the Integration and Test complex (center) places it in the broader context of the NASA Goddard campus. Building 29, the prominent rectangular structure, is home to the largest high-bay clean room in the world. The circular building left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking south-southwest.Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy

A view high above the Integration and Test complex (center) places it in the broader context of the NASA Goddard campus. Building 29, the prominent rectangular structure, is home to the largest high-bay clean room in the world. The circular building left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking south-southwest.

Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy

Building 29, home of the largest high-bay clean room in the world, is highlighted in this view above NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. The clean room is as tall as an eight-story building and as wide as two basketball courts. The circular structure left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking south.Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy

Building 29, home of the largest high-bay clean room in the world, is highlighted in this view above NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. The clean room is as tall as an eight-story building and as wide as two basketball courts. The circular structure left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking south.

Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy

Building 29, home of the largest high-bay clean room in the world, is highlighted in this view above NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. The clean room is as tall as an eight-story building and as wide as two basketball courts. The circular structure left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking west-southwest.Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy

Building 29, home of the largest high-bay clean room in the world, is highlighted in this view above NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. The clean room is as tall as an eight-story building and as wide as two basketball courts. The circular structure left of center houses the High Capacity Centrifuge, which is used to simulate launch and landing loads on spacecraft hardware. Imaged Oct. 5, 2023, looking west-southwest.

Credit: NASA/Francis Reddy



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