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Home Pat Troutman, space architect, second from left, shows off how Langley is using virtual reality to plan Moon and Mars missions. Looking on from the right is Clayton Turner, Langley center director; Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator; Vanessa Wyche, deputy director NASA’s Johnson Space Center; Vice President Mike Pence; and Betsy Davos, education secretary. (NASA/David C. Bowman) Pat Troutman, space architect, second from left, shows off how Langley is using virtual reality to plan Moon and Mars missions. Looking on from the right is Clayton Turner, Langley center director; Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator; Vanessa Wyche, deputy director NASA's Johnson Space Center; Vice President Mike Pence; and Betsy Davos, education secretary. (NASA/David C. Bowman)

Pat Troutman, space architect, second from left, shows off how Langley is using virtual reality to plan Moon and Mars missions. Looking on from the right is Clayton Turner, Langley center director; Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator; Vanessa Wyche, deputy director NASA’s Johnson Space Center; Vice President Mike Pence; and Betsy Davos, education secretary. (NASA/David C. Bowman)

Pat Troutman, space architect, second from left, shows off how Langley is using virtual reality to plan Moon and Mars missions. Looking on from the right is Clayton Turner, Langley center director; Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator; Vanessa Wyche, deputy director NASA's Johnson Space Center; Vice President Mike Pence; and Betsy Davos, education secretary. (NASA/David C. Bowman)

Pat Troutman, space architect, second from left, shows off how Langley is using virtual reality to plan Moon and Mars missions. Looking on from the right is Clayton Turner, Langley center director; Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator; Vanessa Wyche, deputy director NASA’s Johnson Space Center; Vice President Mike Pence; and Betsy Davos, education secretary. (NASA/David C. Bowman)

Vice President Mike Pence gives the 14-by 22-Foot Subsonic Tunnel fan blade a push start during a tour stop with Frank Quinto, facility manager of the wind tunnel. (NASA/David C. Bowman)