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The Engine Research Building at NASA Glenn has over 150,000 square feet of floor space and contains more than 60 test rigs.

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Delivery and stacking of Ares I-X upper stage simulator segments UEET proof of concept compressor

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Acoustical Testing Laboratory (ATL) Acoustical Testing Laboratory (ATL)
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Aero-Acoustic Propulsion Lab Aero-Acoustic Propulsion Laboratory (AAPL)
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Engine Components Research  Lab (ECRL) Engine Components Research Lab (ECRL)
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Engine Research Building Engine Research Building (ERB)
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Heated Tube Facility Heated Tube Facility
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Research Combustion Laboratory (RCL) Research Combustion Laboratory (RCL)
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Acoustical Testing Laboratory (ATL) Advanced Computational Concepts Laboratory
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Graphics Visualization Laboratory (GVIS) Graphics & Visualization Laboratory (GVIS)
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GRUVE Laboratory GRUVE Laboratory
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Cryogenic Facilities
Cryogenic Components Laboratory Cryogenic Components Laboratory (CCL)
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Cryogenic Propellant Tank Facility (K-Site) Cryogenic Propellant Tank Facility (K-Site)
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Small Multi-purpose Research Facility (SMiRF) Small Multi-Purpose Research Facility (SMiRF)
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Electromagnetic Interference  Laboratory (EMI) Electromagnetic Interference Laboratory (EMI)
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Materials-Structures Faciltiies
Structural Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) Structural Dynamics Laboratory (SDL)
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Structural Static Laboratory (SSL) Structural Static Laboratory (SSL)
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Microgravity Facilities
2.2 Second Drop Tower 2.2 Second Drop Tower
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Microgravity Emissions  Laboratory (MEL) Microgravity Emissions Laboratory (MEL)
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Zero Gravity Research Facility (Zero-G) Zero Gravity Research Facility (Zero-G)
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Power Systems Facility Power Systems Facility (PSF)
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Propulsion Systems  Laboratory (PSL) Propulsion Systems Laboratory (PSL)
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Spacecraft Propulsion Research Facility (B-2) Spacecraft Propulsion Research Facility (B-2)
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Electric Propulsion Laboratory (EPL) Electric Propulsion Laboratory (EPL)
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Electric Propulsion Research Building (EPRB) Electric Propulsion Research Building (EPRB)
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Space Power Facility (SPF) Space Power Facility (SPF)
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1'x1' Supersonic Wind Tunnel (1x1) 1'x1' Supersonic Wind Tunnel (1x1)
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8'x6' Supersonic Wind Tunnel (8x6) 8'x6' Supersonic Wind Tunnel (8x6)
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9'x15' Low-Speed Wind Tunnel (9x15)g 9'x15' Low-Speed Wind Tunnel (9x15)
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Abe Silverstein Supersonic Wind Tunnel (10x10) Abe Silverstein Supersonic Wind Tunnel (10x10)
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Hypersonic Tunnel Facility (HTF) Hypersonic Tunnel Facility (HTF)
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