Here, children can bring their imaginations to life, designing their own spacesuits and participating in astronaut-inspired fitness challenges.
The Space Camps are curated by two stellar personalities. Nicole Stott, a veteran NASA astronaut, combines her spaceflight experiences with her love for art to inspire appreciation of our shared role on ‘Spaceship Earth.’
She is the founder of the Space for Art Foundation, uniting children worldwide through the wonder of space exploration and art’s healing power.
Joining Stott is Sara Sabry, an accomplished astronaut, engineer, and advocate for diversity in the space industry – and the first Egyptian, Arab woman, and African woman to venture into space.
As the founder and executive director of the Deep Space Initiative (DSI), she is committed to increasing accessibility and opportunities in the space field, ensuring that space exploration is an attainable dream for everyone.
The Space Camp schedules are packed with activities from designing constellations and crafting using recycled materials to beach cleanups and snorkelling safaris.
The camp also includes intriguing sessions like “Food in Space” and “Spacesuit Design,” allowing participants to take a first-hand look into an astronaut’s life.
Of course, both Stott and Sabry will share their space experiences and offer personal insights during these activities.