NASA Headquarters Address, Phone Number, Email Directory and More

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is a space agency in the U.S. headquartered in Washington, D.C. It was founded in 1958 by the U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Do you have a question; How much do astronauts get paid? They’re paid good compensation for various task based on their duty and responsibilities. The salary ranges from US$104,898 to $161,141 per year.

Let’s find out the headquarters address, email directory, phone number, and contact information.

Headquarters Address

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NASA Headquarters
300 E. Street SW, Suite 5R30
Washington, DC 20546
Phone: (202) 358-0001 (Office)
(202) 358-4338 (Fax).

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Media Contacts and Information

NASA Newsroom: 202-358-1600
Press Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern U.S. time
Public Inquiries: 202-358-0001

Interview requests for the NASA Acting Administrator: Karen Northon, 202-527-2606.

Questions from educators and other non-media inquiries about NASA’s Education programs should be directed to education@nasa.gov

Media looking for supporting still images for their stories should call the NASA Headquarters photo office at 202-358-1900.

Media looking for supporting video for their stories should call NASA Television at 202-358-0309.

Headquarters Public Affairs Officers:

Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate: J. D. Harrington, 202-358-5241

Diversity and Equal Opportunity: Sean Potter, 202-358-1536

Education: Katherine Brown, 202-358-1288.

(Questions from educators and other non-media inquiries about NASA’s Education programs should be directed to education@nasa.gov

Environmental Management: Karen Northon, 202-527-2606

Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (International Space Station, commercial crew and cargo, Space Launch System, Orion, Lunar Gateway, and future human exploration):

Kathryn Hambleton, 202-358-1100
Monica Witt, 202-358-1100
Stephanie Schierholz, 202-358-1100
Josh Finch, 202-358-1100
Information Technology/Cybersecurity: Karen Northon, 202-527-2606

Moon to Mars: Cheryl Warner, 202-358-2975

Office of the Chief Financial Officer (Budget, Appropriations, Strategic Planning): Karen Northon, 202-527-2606

Office of the Chief Technologist, Technology Transfer and Spinoffs: Clare Skelly, 202-358-4273

Procurement: Karen Northon, 202-527-2606

Safety and Mission Assurance: J.D. Harrington, 202-358-5241.

Science:

Security (except Information Technology): J.D. Harrington, 202-358-5241

Social Media: Brittany Brown, 202-358-4713

Space Technology Mission Directorate: Clare Skelly, 202-358-4273

Strategic Infrastructure: Karen Northon, 202-527-2606

NASA Center Newsrooms:

Ames Research Center
Ames Research Center conducts critical research and develops enabling technologies in astrobiology, information technology, fundamental space biology, nanotechnology, air traffic management, thermal protection systems and human factors essential to virtually all NASA missions.
Phone: 650-604-4789

Goddard Space Flight Center
The mission of the Goddard Space Flight Center is to expand knowledge on the Earth and its environment, the solar system and the universe through observations from space.
Phone: 301-286-0697

Armstrong Flight Research Center
As the lead for flight research, Armstrong continues to innovate in aeronautics and space technology. The newest, fastest, the highest — all have made their debut in the vast, clear desert skies over Armstrong.
Phone: 661-276-3449

Glenn Research Center
Glenn Research Center develops and transfers critical technologies that address national priorities through research, technology development, and systems development for safe and reliable aeronautics, aerospace, and space applications.
Phone: 216-433-5466.

Wallops Flight Facility’s vision is to “be a national resource for enabling low-cost aerospace-based science and technology.” Wallops’ primary technical activities include launching research carriers, such as sounding rockets, balloons, aircraft and small orbital carriers), as well as conducting Earth science research and operating the Wallops Orbital Tracking Station.
Phone: 757-824-1579

Goddard Institute for Space Studies conducts a broad study of global change, an interdisciplinary initiative addressing natural and man-made changes in the environment that occur on various time scales — one-time events like volcanic explosions; seasonal and annual effects such as El Niño; and on up to the millennia of ice ages — and how they affect the habitability of our planet.
Phone: 212-678-5507.

Jet Propulsion Laboratory
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory, managed by the California Institute of Technology is NASA’s lead center for robotic exploration of the solar system.
Phone: 818-354-5011

Johnson Space Center
From the early Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab projects to today’s International Space Station and Orion programs, as well as home to the NASA astronaut corps, Johnson continues to lead NASA’s effort in human space exploration.
Phone: 281-483-5111

Kennedy Space Center
Kennedy Space Center is America’s gateway to the universe — leading the world in preparing and launching missions around the Earth and beyond.
Phone: 321-867-2468

Langley Research Center
Langley continues to forge new frontiers in aviation and space research for aerospace, atmospheric sciences, and technology commercialization to improve the way the world lives.
Phone: 757-864-6110.

Marshall Space Flight Center
Bringing people to space; bringing space to people. We are world leaders in the access to space, in the use of space for research and development to benefit humanity.
Phone: 256-544-0034

Stennis Space Center
Stennis is responsible for NASA’s rocket propulsion testing and for partnering with industry to develop and implement remote sensing technology.
Phone: 228-688-3333

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How do I get media credentials?
Johnson Space Center: Present KSC credentials or call (281) 483-5111.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Call the Media Relations Office at (818) 354-5011.

Source: NASA

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