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Raytheon Extends Support for NASA Training Facilities in Houston

Raytheon logoRaytheon Technical Services received a one-year, $27 million contract extension to continue providing training and simulation support at NASA‘s Johnson Space Center.

The contract is worth up to $129 million total and comes under the agency’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory/Space Vehicle Mockup Facility Operations Contract program, NASA said Wednesday.

Work at the center includes training, operational, mission planning and maintenance support for the human space flight training facilities housed there.

NBL is a microgravity simulator while the SVMP provides full-scale versions of space vehicles for flight crew and auxiliary personnel.

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