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...School, 907-224-3900 Challenger Learning Center of Alaska The center at 9711 Kenai Spur Highway, Kenai, offers space camps and rocketry for youth. For more information, call 907-283-2000 or email or visit...
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...School, 907-262-7675. Challenger Learning Center of Alaska The center at 9711 Kenai Spur Highway Kenai, offers space camps and rocketry for youth. For more information, call 907-283-2000 or e-mail or visit...
Big surprises in "Little Things" At Challenger NanoDays...

...Coming up next at the CLCA are summer camps, "This year we have an array of new camps in addition to our regular space camps we'll have a CSI camp, a food science camp, a sports camp and camps for ages K-12 with a couple of camps where...
Hublers attend space camp

Jon Andrew McBride, a retired U.S. Naval Officer and former U.S. Astronaut, center is shown with Kenai Middle School Students, Anessia Anne and Cristina Lee Hubler, and their parents, Rebecca Ann and William James, in March during spring break at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. McBride was the lead chase pilot for the maiden voyage of space shuttle Colombia and Pilot of the STS 41-G that launched aboard the Orbiter Challenger in 1984. The Hublers attended in recognition of International Brain Awareness Week and Expanding Girls Horizons in Science and Engineering Month. The trip also included a Celebration of Life at Walt Disney World Resort.
High-tech organizations struggle, but optimism high

...a high-tech computer center, showers and food service." Those capabilities will allow for week-long summer space camps, multiple-day seminars for students and industry groups and immersion training for teachers. Williams said there...
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...dorms. There will be different programming for each week. For children ages 10 to 15. The cost is $300 per week. Space camp for girls A week-long residential camp for girls ages 10 through 15. Camp will be held July 18 through 22. Hands-on...
Space Warriors

Now Playing Synopsis: Space camp serves as a proving ground for a group of bright youths who use their knowledge of science and astrophysics to rescue astronauts stranded on the International Space Station following an unexpected crisis. For as far back as he can remember, Jimmy Hawkins (Thomas Horn) has dreamed of exploring the stars and visiting the International Space Station, just like his father, retired NASA astronaut Capt. Andy Hawkins (Dermot Mulroney). Space travel is no child's game, however, and Jimmy, a bright young astrophysics whiz, knows that both of his parents have serious reservations about his deep-rooted desire to follow in his father's footsteps. After furtively applying to win a seat on the next space shuttle, Jimmy learns that he has been accepted into a prestigious space camp run by Col. Roy Manley (Josh Lucas). Once there, Jimmy and a team of teens called the Warriors enter into a heated rivalry against the highly competitive Titans. The Warriors are just about to admit defeat when an emergency aboard the International Space Station leaves three astronauts isolated and alone hundreds of miles above Earth. With the fates of the helpless astronauts hanging in the balance, Jimmy and his team hatch an innovative rescue plan that impresses Commander Phillips (Danny Glover), and offers newfound hope for the future of space exploration. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Thomas Horn, Danny Glover, Josh Lucas, Dermot Mulroney, Mira Sorvino Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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