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NASA Ames Research Center

NASA's Ames Research Center, one of ten NASA field centers, is located in the heart of California's Silicon Valley. Since 1939, Ames has led NASA in conducting world-class research and development in aeronautics, exploration technology and science aligned with the center's core capabilities.

Location: Moffett Field, California, 40 miles south of San Francisco; 12 miles north of San Jose, between Mountain View and Sunnyvale

The SPRSA Symposium will be held at NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) in the ballroom of the NASA Ames Conference Center (NACC), Building 3.  Below are directions to NASA ARC from major highways.

Once at the NASA ARC Main Gate, please display your state-issued driver license to the guards and let them know that you are attending the SPRSA (Rideshare) Symposium in the NACC in Building 3.  Once past the Main Gate, follow the ‘RideShare’ road signs to the NACC.

Parking is available in parking lots west and east of the NACC as indicated on the map. Please enter the NACC from the Main Entrance on Severyns Road.

Exhibit set-up is on Monday, June 12, between 10AM and 6PM PT in the NACC. Exhibitors will set up in the Showroom. NASA staff will be on-site to assist. 

Please call/text Julianna Fishman at 650-930-0690 if you need assistance with directions or while on-site at Ames.

NASA Ames Conference Center
Building 3
500 Severyns Rd.
(between North Akron and South Akron)
NASA Ames Research Center
Moffett Field, CA 94035

Directions to NASA Ames Conference Center

From Highway 101, take Exit 398 (Moffett Blvd to NASA Parkway), turn right at the light. Continue straight toward the NASA Main Gate.

From Highway 85, take Exit 24A (Moffett Blvd) turn right at the light and follow Moffett Blvd over the Highway 101 overpass. Continue straight toward the NASA Main Gate.