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Here’s how you can tour NASA Langley from your sofa

HAMPTON — NASA Langley Research Center now offers a free virtual tour of its facilities.

The research center opened the tour in celebration of NASA’s 60th anniversary.

“We are excited to give the public more insight to our facilities and people at Langley,” said Mary Beth Wusk, deputy director of strategic analysis, communications and business development at NASA Langley. “Our goal is to inspire and engage the public with the great work we are doing in aeronautics, space and science.”

The virtual tour has an introduction video from Dave Bowles, director of NASA Langley, and includes photos, videos and interactive 360 photos of landmarks, building and other facilities, according to the center’s announcement.

Users can explore 16 locations, including the Flight Research Hangar and the Katherine Johnson Computational Research Facility.

For more information, visit the virtual tour website.

Julia Marsigliano
Julia Marsigliano
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