I’ve updated the HabFiles section of the site with an article from the June/July 1992 issue of Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine! It’s a pretty good article, rife with pictures and mentions of early 1990s Space Camp. All campers in the eight-day version, “U.S. Space Academy Level II,” cap off… Continue reading
Twice in one week?! Well, what can I say, I’ve made some recent additions to my collection of Space Camp memorabilia and I wanted to share. I’m nice like that! This is another Space Camp News from Spring of 1988. It’s almost solely dedicated to the opening of the now… Continue reading
When Space Camp was just a little over one year old, People Magazine ran, in their August 8, 1983 edition, a small article on Space Camp! I’ve posted it here for all to enjoy! Pictures of rocket launch and the 5DF chair, as well as the old “Zero ‘G’ Machine”… Continue reading
I’ve made an update to the HabFiles section. I do believe it’s the oldest thing I’ve ever seen from Space Camp! Be sure to savor every page! And this one is a special one. It has Christa McAuliffe at Space Camp as well as an article announcing the Space Camp… Continue reading
Here’s a fact sheet put out by the U.S. Space & Rocket Center highlighting some facts about Pathfinder. Enjoy the knowledge!
This press release was put out near the beginning of the year to highlight various things that would be going on through the coming 2002 year, such as the 20th Anniversary of Space Camp.
Here’s a document that was produced by Space Camp breaking down Space Camp attendees by state. Check it out and see how many come from your state!
I’ve updated the HabFiles again, but with something I think is particularly great. I mentioned an article in my previous post about the USSRC’s Save the Saturn V campaign that would provide great reading on the process of restoring such a vehicle. I’m sure many would be interested in reading… Continue reading
I’ve updated the HabFiles again, this time with another brochure of the Alabama Space & Rocket Center! This one is, I am quite sure, from the 1970’s! Be sure not to miss the large (4-pane) photo of the Space & Rocket Center…it has certainly changed over the past few decades!
I’ve added to the HabFiles section of the site! Added are a few AIM Buddy Icon-sized images of various Space Camp logos. Download them and display your pride for Space Camp every time you talk to your friends! Enjoy! AIM Buddy Icons Here are some Space Camp-related Images for use… Continue reading