International Space Station Contact
Grades 6-8 June 29 – July 3
Would you like to talk to an Astronaut who is orbiting the earth on the International Space Station (ISS)? NASA has granted Kopernik the rare opportunity to have students speak to an Astronaut on the ISS this summer using Kopernik’s Ham Radio station! Learn More
Checkout the below video see what a
Ham Radio contact with the ISS is like!
Gadgets, Widgets, and Gizmos
Grades 6-8 July 6-10
During this day camp, students will learn about basic electronics and circuit design and have the opportunity to create a variety of electrical and electronic devices. Topics covered will include Ohm’s Law, series and parallel circuits, and electrical and electronics safety. Learn More
*additional $20 materials fee
The World of Computer Programming
Grades 9-12 July 6-10
This day camp is all about coding! Students will use computer apps (applications) and also create some! They will begin by programming the popular Arduino, a tiny microprocessor that can control devices attached to it, including littleBits™ electronic modules. Learn More
Pluto & Beyond the Kuiper Belt
Grades 9-12 July 13-17
During this in-depth evening camp, students will learn about the mysterious objects called dwarf planets. Students will study and examine the trans-Neptunian worlds, from 18th/19th Century discoveries to recent robotic missions and telescopic surveys. Learn More
Robotic Missions to Alien Worlds
Grades 6-8 August 10-14
Students attending this day camp will learn about the design and operation of robotic vehicles used by NASA to explore the solar system. Special emphasis will be on the Mars Science Laboratory and other instruments on the Curiosity Rover currently exploring Mars.
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Save an additional $10 per camp when registering a sibling or registering for more than one camp.
Early drop off and late pick up are available for a modest fee.