At Science Camps of America's Air and Space Camp you will learn about Earth's atmosphere, climate, and space. Campers learn about space exploration and the formation of the solar system, weather and climate change, Hawaiian history and culture, Polynesian voyaging, model rocketry, and more.
Located on the Hawaii Island, you will learn how scientists study substances in the atmosphere, see alternate energy development in action and gain a better understanding of climate change. Through excursions to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Keck Observatory Headquarters, Pacific Tsunami Museum and much more; students in grades 8-12 are invited to experience Hawaii's natural wonders up close for 10 day residential overnight sessions.
Star-gazing, rockets, space exploration, climate, climate change: we will visit the Mauna Kea Visitor's Center, the Mauna Loa Climate Observatory, the W.M. Keck Observatory Headquarters, 'Imiloa Astronomy Center, and much more.
Cost and Session Information
July 11-20, 2019, 10 Day Program Grade 8 - Grade 12 $2395.00/Session. Scholarships available.