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What is the work environment and culture like at NASA?

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Overall at the Johnson Space Center the environment was laid back with its own security force. Tours and activities are ongoing from annual hot air balloons to astronauts training.

Super cool once in a lifetime experiences while life sciences and telemetry communications with the international space station are continuing.

The only knock would be poor supervisors and how contracts are either renewed or awarded.

Definitely worth applying and being a part of Team Nasa.

Answered - Engineering Technician (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Long hours, interesting work and ability to meet many different people from all walks of life. Opportunities to advance and learn new aspects of the aerospace industry.

Answered - Degreed and Non-degreed Junior Engineer (Former Employee) - Edwards AFB, CA

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Very laid back

Answered - Co-op Student (Former Employee) - Mountain View, CA

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The work environment and culture is laid back, but they expect ample production and superior-quality from there workers.

Answered - Video Technician/ Analytical Chemist (Intern) (Former Employee) - Cape Canaveral, FL

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Nice couldn't ask for a better atmospher.

Answered - Adjudication Support Specialist, School Student (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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