For two years you learn the same thing, and the next two years the same thing, she said.
At graduation at the end of the week, Ann Parker received her wing and her certificate of completion.
“It gave me a lot of confidence,” she said.
One of Ann Parker’s favorite things to do at camp was the visit the museum. She also liked that they got to walk everywhere.
“I do hope to go until my parents tell me no,” she said.
The experience was definitely worth it even though it is expensive, she said.
Her mother said that scholarships are available, and she hopes other Hartsville children will take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.
“Eleven astronauts went to space camp,” Ann Parker said.
According to information released by the camp, one million trainees have graduated from a Space Camp program since its inception in 1982, including European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti and NASA astronauts Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger, Dr. Kate Rubins, Dr. Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Christina Koch, who set the record for the longest duration space flight by a female. Children and teachers from all 50 states and almost 150 international locations have attended a Space Camp program.
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