Google to take over big NASA hangar, give execs’ personal planes a house

Google to take over huge NASA hangar, give execs' private planes a home

You may get zero hits now whenever you seek for pics of an enormous fleet of Google zeppelins, however that might change within the not-too-distant future. Planetary Ventures, one of many firm’s subsidiaries, simply received into an settlement to take over a humongous NASA hangar (named Hangar One) in Mountain View that is large enough to deal with a slew of dirigibles. To be actual, Google will lease Hangar One and its surrounding land, together with its related airfield, from NASA — that’s, if the 2 can agree on the lease’s phrases. Contemplating Google’s rolling in dough, nevertheless, worth will possible not be a problem.

If the deal goes via, Planetary Ventures will re-pores and skin Hangar One (it was stripped right down to its metallic framework years in the past), construct an academic facility and improve an present golf course within the space. It’ll additionally deal with the airfield’s operations, so NASA can slash off its upkeep prices and earn from the lease on the similar time. It is unclear what precisely Google plans to do to greater than eight acres of area, however we’re guessing it is large enough to deal with its many tasks, its execs’ quite a few jets and even all its web balloons.

[Picture credit score: Erik Charlton/Flickr]

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