HOUSTON—NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) has a $4.7 billion annual impact on the overall Texas economy and supports more than 52,000 government and private sector jobs, according to a first-ever statewide assessment by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar. Hegar visited the home of the agency’s astronaut corps and Mission Control on Sept 12. The analysis, which reflects the economic impact for 2018, shows that $189 million of the total went to small businesses in the state and ...

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