Question: NASA’s mission control center in Houston is named for which President?

Question: NASA’s mission control center in Houston is named for which President?

George H. W. Bush
Ronald Reagan
Lyndon B. Johnson
John F. Kennedy

Founded in 1961 and still in operation today, the Johnson Space Center in Houston has been the site of mission control for some of the world’s most historic space expeditions. You might also recognize the famous line “Houston, we have a problem” from the 1995 film “Apollo 13” — the quote came from astronaut John Swigert, who was radioing NASA mission control in Houston.

The Answer: The correct answer is Lyndon B. Johnson.

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