Enterprise Park at Stennis Space Center John C. Stennis Space Center is a Project Ready site, multi-disciplinary, multi-tenant federal facility with more than 30 resident agencies engaged in a broad spectrum of initiatives, including data storage, geospatial and earth sciences, satellite and rocket assembly and jet engine testing. Surrounded by a 125,000-acre acoustic buffer zone, Stennis Space Center’s original mission was to test rocket engines for NASA. Today, next generation rockets are tested at the Center’s rocket engine test stands for space exploration. Enterprise Park is a newly designated 1,100-acre development within Stennis Space Center designed to promote commercial development partnerships within the gates of Stennis. This park offers two unique location opportunities through a certified 250-acre industrial park configuration and a certified 150-acre large industrial site option. Enterprise Park is near I-10 and I-59 with easy access to 2 commercial airports and 3 ports.