HOUSTON—A measure of NASA’s past and present gathered at Ellington Airport not far from Johnson Space Center (JSC) here on Nov. 8  to inspect 10 flight control consoles recently reconditioned as part of a $5 million campaign to restore the Mission Control Center at Johnson that nearly a half century ago monitored the Apollo Moon landing missions and much ...

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