Silicon Beat said earlier this week (and Gary last month) that Google was to open a research center at NASA Ames in Mountain View, California. Now it's more official. Google expected to build campus at NASA Ames 1 million-square-foot complex envisioned as heart of Valley from the San Francisco Chronicle has more details now, with a news conference scheduled for 4:30pm Pacific Time today about the move. It's not clear whether the location is designed to help tie into the space interests of Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin or simply that NASA has a lot of land, and Google needs space to expand. I'll I know is that I love the big WWII blimp hangars near by at Moffett Field, reminding me of the ones in Tustin at home in Orange County! I've got a print of them hanging on my wall right now :)
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