NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory

NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory World's largest indoor pool! Not open to the public. Tours may be available through Space Center Houston (http://spacecenter.org/)

Operating as usual

12/05/2014

Congratulations to the #Orion Team on a successful launch!

NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory's cover photo
03/15/2012

NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory's cover photo

3-D Representation of the pool configuration
09/17/2010

3-D Representation of the pool configuration

Address

13000 Space Center Blvd
Houston, TX
77059

General information

Tours may be available through Space Center Houston (http://spacecenter.org/)

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Products

Flight Hardware Development
Procedures Development
Training (EVA wet/dry, bailout, classroom and simulation)
Realtime Flight Support

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Comments

Can you send me a link to more info on the suits used in the nbl?
I understand the requirements to becoming a diver at the NBL but I do not quite understand the hiring process nor where to apply for these postions. If anyone may enlighten my way please I will take all oppurtunities to learn as much as I can.
If you have anyone in the Frisco TX area the idiotic Flat Earth Intl CONvention (ie: robbing the ignorant) 😁is going on. I hate those guys... Please - go point and laugh if you have the time!
Will the NBL ever be streamed live? Coz that would be sooo amazing to watch!!!!
Please let me know if you will attend our visit to the NBL tomorrow! 🙂
Is there a way I can get a guided dive at this place :)~ maybe a invite.🤩
how do you apply for a diver or dive supervisor ? please forward info thank you
How do you maintain the water in such a large pool, I take care of a 370,000 gallon pool. Which is work. But I'm sure it's nothing compared to that.
So, any chance I can bring open water scuba students here for their pool training session? Y’all don’t have to do anything & I just need a small section of the pool. You won’t even notice we’re there! What do ya say?!?!
Thankyou to all the wonderful people at the NBL. Our students enjoyed their visit and they learned so much. It was a very special opportunity.
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how do I apply to be a diver