IN Space Adult Camp is your chance to play like a kid, but use your years of knowledge to create adult experiments to travel to the edge of space.
This short, but fun camp starts on Friday evening, at 6 p.m. on August 24 with a BBQ Meet and Greet. Get to know your teammates and plan what you will launch. The day will end at 8 p.m. On Saturday, August 25, we meet again at 9 a.m. and begin predicting, building and launching your BalloonSat satellite. We finish the day at 5 p.m. having recovered the platform and evaluating our experiments. This event will be held at the Frankfort Municipal Airport.
Camp cost is $150 per person and seats are limited. For more information, visit http://www,spaceportindiana/com/
Ever wondered what life would be like in space? Spaceport Exploration Centre is pleased to announce the introduction of our new Space Camp strictly for adults! For ages 18 and above, our Adult Space Camp is an adventurous experience allowing trainees to assume various roles in a hands-on, interactive mission to learn what it takes to survive in space. Space enthusiasts, history buffs, appreciators of the arts, or anyone with a general curiosity for how the world works will enjoy this hands-on experience!
Launch your own data collection experiments to the edge of space utilizing:
* Solar Powered Trackers
* Radio Transceivers
* Global Positioning Systems
Test your engineering skills in designing a payload box that will survive the ravages of space:
* Rising to altitudes up to 100,000 feet
* At -75 degrees Fahrenheit
* At winds over 100 mph
* Exposed to extreme radiation levels and microgravity in a near vacuum
Track, retrieve and analyze the results of your experiments
“If you had a chance to be on the crew that leads humankind’s journey to Mars, what role would you play? There are opportunities for more than just pilots, engineers, doctors, botanists – Life on Mars will be about the entire human experience…it’ll be communities of everyday people that will be putting a human
footprint in the soil of the Red Planet…” said Brian Tanner, President of Spaceport Exploration Centre.