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Space Environment Simulation Laboratory, Chambers A and B

Houston, Texas
County of Harris.
National Register Number: 85002810
Resource type: Structure.
Property type: Education - research facility. The threat level was Satisfactory in
Congressional District: TX-8 Certified Local Government: NO
Web Site: www.jpl.nasa.gov/.

Statement of Significance (as of designation - October 3, 1985):
This laboratory was designed, built, and used for thermal-vacuum testing for all U.S. manned spacecraft of the Apollo program era. Full-scale flight hardware could be tested here in ways that were essential for the safety of astronauts and the success of the space program. For further information, see .

The laboratory continues in its original use, and it is in very good condition.

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