Specializes in research in aeronautics.
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Major aviation and aeronautics R&D complex, operated by NASA. 5,000 employees develop propulsion, power, and communications technologies for application to aeronautics and space. Started in 1941, as the Aircraft Engine Research Lab, the Glenn Center (formerly called the Lewis Center) comprises over 150 buildings on a 350-acre main campus, adjacent to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, and the 6400-acre Plum Brook field station near Sandusky, Ohio, 50 miles west of Cleveland.