BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will offer a virtual summer camp for elementary school-aged students.
What You Need To Know
- KSC Visitor Complex to offer virtual summer camp
- Students can learn about space exploration, rockets and more
- First session runs July 28-30; Second session August 4-6
With “Virtual Camp KSC” students can learn about rockets, space exploration, interplanetary travel and more through NASA-inspired experiments and activities.
“Virtual Camp KSC allows us to connect with the next generation of space explorers, and share our love of science, technology, engineering and math,” KSC Visitor Complex COO Therrin Protze said. “We’re excited about this new opportunity for kids to learn, and explore, at home.”
The first virtual camp will launch its first three-day session on July 28. Each day there will be a three-hour Zoom conference from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. A second session of the camp will run August 4-6. The Zoom conferences for that session will be held 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration costs $65 and includes a Zoom access code and a kit with the materials students will need to complete the experiments at home. Students in the same household will not need to purchase separate Zoom access codes to participate in the virtual camp. Additional kits can be purchased for $15.
For registration information, visit kennedyspacecenter.com.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex reopened May 28 after closing because of the coronavirus pandemic. The complex, offered virtual online activities during the closure.