The new Human Spaceflight Laboratory is located in Clifford Hall 261 and 263.
Hours of operation:
9:00AM - 6:00 PM Monday-Friday
Education and Outreach
Group and individual tours of our facilities are available to students of all ages, as well as aerospace industry personnel. Attendees are shown the Space Suit lab and Inflatable Lunar/Martian Habitat where they receive first-hand experience with the different elements of the Human Spaceflight Laboratory. These guests are also shown the Simulators and are invited to fly a SpaceShipOne mission or dock with the International Space Station (ISS) at the Spacecraft Simulator Facility.
The Human Spaceflight Laboratory also gives graduate students hands-on experience providing opportunities for thesis and individual work. Many theses and conference papers have been produced as a result of the work with the Inflatable Lunar/Martian Habitat, simulators and space suit prototyping conducted at this facility with UND professors.
We provide tours of the Spacesuit Laboratory, Flight Simulator Facility and the Inflatable Lunar Habitat for tours of all sizes and interests. Please contact us in advance to insure availability.
701-777-3166 (Simulator Lab)
701-777-0421 (Space Suit Lab Direct Line)
Or by E-mail to:
Pablo de León
Space Suit Laboratory
4149 University Ave. Stop 9008
Clifford Hall Room #514
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9008