Update On Conditions At JSC

NASA's Johnson Space Center Closes Through Labor Day for Tropical Storm Harvey

"NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston will remain closed to all but mission essential personnel through Labor Day due to the effects of now-Tropical Storm Harvey. The center originally closed Aug. 25 and will reopen Tuesday, Sept. 5. The center's leadership team continues to closely monitor weather conditions and the overall situation in Houston, and is preparing a full assessment of the center's status once the storm abates."

JSC Today Special: Aug. 29 Tropical Storm Harvey Update

"The Center will be closed until Tuesday, Sept. 5 to all but Mission Essential personnel. The group of Mission Essential personnel will be larger in the coming days due to mission operations and you will be contacted by your organization if you're needed. Please do not come to the center until you hear from your supervisor. Civil servants should look for an email from HR with instructions for excused leave for this time period. Contractors should talk to their contract company management for directions and further information. Harvey is forecast to make a second landfall near the TX/LA state line around sunrise Wednesday. No strengthening is forecast prior to landfall. Impacts to JSC: JSC will continue to see moderate to occasionally heavy rain today into this evening."

- JSC Emergency Management website
- Live webcam at Space Center Houston

- Live webcam at I-45 and NASA Rd 1
- Live webcam at IH-45 Gulf at Nasa Rd 1
- Live webcam at NASA Road 1 at Nasa Pkwy
- Live webcam at NASA Road 1 at Upper Bay Dr.
- Live webcam at NASA Road 1 at Space Center Blvd.
- Live webcam at NASA Road 1 at Repsdorph

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