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This is the Apollo Mission Control Center (MCC) Flight Control Room (FCR), in Building 30 at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas (Clear Lake area). The MCC was first used in 1965 to control the Gemini 4 mission, then later to control Apollo, Skylab, and Space Shuttle flights. It was replaced in 1995 with a new Mission Control Center, located in Building 30 South.

This image shows the second of 4 rows of consoles, where the SURGEON, EECOM, and CAPCOM worked.