Google Plans a Campus at NASA

Google was expected to announce plans to build a new 1-million-square foot corporate campus at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, according to a published report.

Google, the internet's leading search company, is expected to build on NASA property at a now-vacant site in the heart of Silicon Valley, which will include offices, housing and roads, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, citing unidentified sources.

A news conference with Google chief executive Eric Schmidt and Scott Hubbard, NASA Ames' director, is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. today at NASA Ames.

News source: Wired News

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