Close your eyes and think of what the inside of the most top-secret sectors of NASA look like.
Maybe you see tall, white walls lined with stacked hallways and stainless steel railings.
Maybe you see some bridge walkways connecting parallel walls where scientists are observing the projects on the open floor below them.
Maybe, just maybe, you see glass-walled offices sporadically placed along the four walls with the smaller projects going on inside.
One has a few scientists in lab coats and safety glasses handling small vials of a seemingly toxic solution. Another has men in suits surrounding a conference table while a large screen displays a woman and her assistant presenting an updated timeline.
And, in the very corner, a smaller glass-walled room suspiciously contains just one man: George Aldrich.