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Soar to New Heights

  • Age 12-18  Camper must be 12 years old by the start date of camp
  • 6 Days / 5 Overnights
  • Price: $899*

This special Cosmosphere Camp experience will give you an EXTREME bird’s eye view of all things flight! Discover the principles of flight by participating in extreme hands-on activities with high-powered rocket science, high altitude weather ballooning, advanced drone technology, powered and glider flights and learn about the future of space travel with a mission in the NEW Astralis capsule-based simulator!


  • Get first-hand knowledge on the physics of flight with powered airplane and glider training and experience a flight in a single-engine airplane
  • Discover advanced drone technology and learn advanced flight mechanics piloting a variety of drone vehicles
  • Complete a mission using both the Cosmosphere’s Mission Control Center and featuring the NEW Astralis simulator modeled after the NASA Orion capsule
  • Explore rocketry through air, water and high powered rocket launches 
  • Build a data tracking payload and launch a High Altitude Balloon as high as 100,000 ft in the air
  • Train like an astronaut on Cosmosphere equipment like the 4-G Centrifuge, the Multi-Axis Trainer (MAT) and Soviet Soyuz trainer
  • Experience the Liquid Galaxy digital 3D mapping system
  • Dive into exciting worlds using virtual reality technology
  • Build team communication and problem solving skills on Cosmosphere’s Low Ropes Course

Available Dates:

  • May 31-June 5, 2020  This session has been removed.
  • June 21-26, 2020 This session has been removed.
  • July 5-10, 2020
  • July 26-31, 2020

REGISTER NOW! You can register for this camp by SIGNING UP for a free profile on this portal or LOGGING IN to the portal if you already have a profile. If you have any questions, you can CONTACT US and we'll help you out!

* A $50 registration fee will be added to each camp at checkout.

"Most of the Cosmosphere Camps experiences directly relate to my job now. I've been a flight controller in Mission Control for both the Space Shuttle and International Space Station."
- Theresa Perks, Cosmosphere Camps Alumna and Extravehicular Activity Instructor and Flight Controller at NASA Johnson Space Center