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Networking Lounges and Tours

Tour: NASA’s Suborbital and Special Orbital Projects Directorate Education Team at Wallops Flight Facility(45 minutes)

Behind the scenes tours of the Goddard/Wallops Flight Facility.

Tour: Science in Action: Tenacious Discovery(45 minutes)

Our sister planet Venus could serve as a model for many exoplanets soon to be discovered in the upcoming era of new space telescopes, such as James Webb and others. Venus may have been far more Earth-like than its present climate state, which is inhospitable and more like that inside a pressure-cooker oven with surface temperatures of 450 C (842 F) and pressures equivalent to 1,000 meters (0.62 miles) under the sea. How did Venus evolve from a past "habitable" state to its present one, and how does that help us understand our own destiny?

Tour: John C. Stennis Space Center/Marshall Space Flight Center Facility Tour(1 hour)

A live, narrated tour of the Stennis Space Center and Marshall Space Flight Center with some incredible experts at these amazing facilities. Q&A session to follow.Karma Snyder:Karma graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters of Aerospace Engineering also from Auburn University. After her undergrad degree she went to work for Pratt & Whitney on the RL 10 engine program as a Design and Project Engineer. In 2001, she left P & W to work for NASA as a System Integration Engineer, Test Operations Engineer and Systems Analyst for numerous test programs.Hugh Crate:Hugh C. Cate III (Trey) graduated from West Point in 1987 as a Lieutenant of Artillery and retired from the military 21 years later as a Senior Public Affairs Officer. Trey currently serves as the Deputy Manager for Strategic Communication for NASA’s Space Launch System. He coordinates all external and internal communication, messages, stakeholder engagements, congressional engagements and products for America’s next great ship. Trey has a Masters of Journalism from the University of Alabama and an Aerospace and Defense Masters of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee

Tour: Falcon 9 & Shuttle Training Aircraft (45 minutes)

Join Space Center Houston's expert staff, Steve Swanner and others as they guide you through our Independence Plaza Exhibit. You will explore the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft and the Space X Falcon 9 exhibit.
Steven Swanner

Tour: Kennedy Space Center- Vehicle Assembly Building(1 hour 30 minutes)

Get to go where very few people get to go...The Floor of the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center. Talk to experts about Orion! Joshua Santora, Public Affairs Specialist, Launch Commentator, and past SEEC presenter, will provide a LIVE tour through portions of the VAB, where he and two subject matter experts will provide an update on the Artemis program and current KSC activities. The session will include live Q&A.Amanda Stevenson: Artemis II Crew Module Adapter (CMA) Assembly Operations Lead. Amanda leads the team for the assembly of the crew module adapter, which is the structure that connects the crew module, to the European-built service module on the Orion spacecraft. Yves Lamothe: Exploration Ground Systems, Communication Systems Project Manager. Yves is responsible for providing communication services, including voice, imagery, and transmission services, to support the launch of the Space Launch System, including launch teams at KSC, the Johnson Space Center, and the Marshall Spaceflight Center.
Joshua Santora

Tour: Jet Propulsion Laboratory: 360 Degree Live Tour(1 hour)

Get a behind-the-scenes tour of amazing places at JPL and get an unprecedented view from the floor of the JPL clean room!Please click feedback on the side of the page to fill out the survey or by clicking this link.
Nikki Wyrick, Joseph Williams

Tour: Saturn V (45 minutes)

Along with your guide, Stephanie McMahon take a journey and exlpore Space Center Houston's Saturn V building and Rocket Park.
Steven Swanner

Tour: Space Center Houston's "Inside Peek" Tours(16 hours 55 minutes)

ATTENDEES MUST ENTER PASSWORD TO VIEW TOURS:   SEEC2021!Join our virtual tours of Space Center Houston as well as other partner tours.SEEC 2021 Space Center Houston Virtual TourOverview of Space Center Houston including Independence Plaza, the Main Plaza, Destiny Theater, Starship Gallery, Lunar Diorama, Lunar Sample Vault, Touch the Moon Exhibit, Skylab 1G Trainer, Astronaut Gallery, and Rocket Park.Falcon 9 TourThe future of space travel is reusable rockets. In our newest exhibit, the SpaceX Falcon 9 core, or first stage, B1035 is displayed horizontally and elevated 14 feet off the ground near Independence Plaza. It’s one of only two SpaceX Falcon 9 boosters on display and the first commercial space exhibit for Space Center Houston. Go on a virtual tour of this marvel of reusable space technology and learn more about how it is making space more accessible.Independence Plaza TourIndependence Plaza, our international landmark exhibit, is home to the historic shuttle carrier aircraft (SCA) NASA 905 with shuttle-replica Independence mounted on top. Get a rare glimpse into the historic shuttle era and its impact on current and future exploration. In this virtual tour, relive the history of creating this experimental aircraft and explore the cockpit of SCA, which is not on display to guests.Apollo Mission Control TourTake a tour of Johnson Space Center’s historic Apollo Mission Control Center and see the room where NASA experts monitored the first moon landing and guided Apollo 13 home safely to avert disaster, fully restored back to the way it looked during the Apollo missions of the 1960s and 1970s. Featuring the authentic consoles used to monitor nine Gemini, all Apollo moon missions, and 21 space shuttle missions, no detail was spared in the restoration. Due to COVID-19 security restrictions at Johnson Space Center, the Apollo Mission Control Center has been closed to the public since March 2019, so this tour will offer behind-the-scenes access even our guests are not currently able to enjoy.Additional Tour Information Coming Soon: Kennedy Space Center, JPL, JSC, and Stennis/Marshall Centers!

Help Desk- Open Session with Live Support (Saturday)(9 hours 45 minutes)

SCH Staff available to answer your SEEC questions LIVE.

Tour: Virtual Tour of Johnson Space Center (JSC)(1 hour)

The lead for Protocol at JSC will take participants on a virtual tour of JSC’s Mission Control and Building 9.

Help Desk

Help Desk- Open Session with Live Support (Saturday)(9 hours 45 minutes)

SCH Staff available to answer your SEEC questions LIVE.

Mission Control-Help Desk Lounge

Help desk for all registrants, speakers and panels.
Angela Case, Chaka Jaliwa, Reid Mills, Rachael Hale