Goddard Space Flight Center Simulator Dome

Goddard Space Flight Center Simulator Dome (Google Maps)
Goddard Space Flight Center Simulator Dome (Birds Eye)
The Space Environment Simulator is a three-story high thermal-vacuum chamber (nicknamed "The SES") located in Building 10 that features a 8.2 meter diameter by 12.2 meter high vacuum chamber capable of simulating temperature and vacuum conditions for virtually any launch or orbital environment condition. Shroud temperatures within the chamber can be controlled to -180 °C to +100 °C.
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@ 2008-10-01 09:34:00
The "Dome" in the images is actually the B15 Centrifuge. Building 10, where the Vacuum Chambers are, is connected to B15 just to the SW and the large building to the NW is B29, which is our large clean room.