his was the first time since 1997 that NASA's Ames has opened its gates, and the response was huge with more than 120,000 from the surrounding communities coming to see NASA’ world class space and aeronautics research campus.
“We are honored to join in the celebration and have the opportunity to be part of this world class technology event,” states, Founder and CTO Tore A. Nilsen.
The Open House provided a unique opportunity to go behind the gates of NASA’s Silicon Valley outpost and walk inside the skeleton of Hangar One, peer into the massive wind tunnel and with the chance to talk to pilots about military and research aircraft, as well as learn about the space biology research aboard the International Space Station.
Link to Open House on Youtube
Some photos from the Open House