NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC), closed to all but essential personnel since Aug. 27 by sustained heavy rain from major hurricane-turned-tropical-storm Harvey, is preparing to reopen Sept. 5, a day after the Labor Day federal holiday. Meanwhile, Harvey moved ashore before sunrise Aug. 30 close to the Texas/Louisiana border (between Port Arthur, Texas,  and Cameron, Louisiana) as a tropical storm after drenching metropolitan Houston, including 43 in. of rain at JSC—home to ...

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