/// Google’s Top Brass Willing to Pay Up to Save NASA’s Hangar One

December 11, 2011  |  All Things Digital

Google’s top three executives want to save Hangar One , NASA’s iconic Moffett Field airship house. Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt are willing to pay the $33 million price tag in full, as long as they can park their eight private jets there once the revamp is done. NASA is said to be weighing the offer, according to the Mercury News .

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Google’s Top Brass Willing to Pay Up to Save NASA’s Hangar One



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