NASA’s Johnson Space Center Reopens After Harvey

Credit: JSC: NASA
HOUSTON—The gates to NASA’s storm-drenched Johnson Space Center reopened Sept. 5, with space agency managers hopeful that operations will return to normal as soon as possible. Major hurricane-turned-tropical-storm Harvey dropped more than 42 in. of rain on the space center and surrounding suburban...

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