Christopher C. Kraft, Jr. Mission Control Center
Mission control center
Geographical Information
Galaxy Milky Way
Planet Earth
Country United States of America
State Texas
Locale Houston
Behind the Scenes
First Appearance

NASA's Christopher C. Kraft, Jr. Mission Control Center (MCC-H), also known by its radio callsign, Houston, is the facility at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas that manages flight control for America's human space program, currently involving astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).


In 2013, Mission Control began to pick up Alien radio signals originating from Ellesmere Island, Canada.



  • The center is named after Christopher C. Kraft, Jr, a retired NASA engineer and manager who was instrumental in establishing the agency's Mission Control operation.
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