Kids camping games

At Camp Kennedy Space Center (KSC), young people experience, imagine and interact through space shuttle mission simulations, tours of Kennedy Space Center and the chance to witness first hand the everyday challenges faced by astronauts. It all adds up to an inspiring week of fun and enriching space activities.

Space Dress: Best Dressed Astronauts

The basic purpose of attending camps is to live close to nature and thus a common camp game is treasure hunt. The idea is to let all the kids follow a site map to the find the next successive clues – at the end of which the treasure will be hidden behind some trees. The treasure hunt game generally lasts for 30 minutes and ends with the kids finding a treasure like some candies or toffees at the final place.

Space Dress: Space Suit Function

The astronaut needs an oxygen supply, protection from radiation, the ability to maintain temperature and pressure, and the means by which to communicate with the Shuttle. The EMU provides all of that for the astronauts

Space Dress: Space Wears

Astronauts wear various types of clothing for all aspects of a mission to space. Whether preparing for launch, working inside the space shuttle or the space station, working outside in space, or landing back on Earth, astronauts wear the proper garments for both comfort and protection.Read More...

Space craft Food System

The issue of food is very simple. An average human being consumes about 2.5 pounds of food in which .3 pounds is converted into solid waste. For the Mars mission, one human being would have consumed 913.125 pounds of food and produced 109.575 pounds of solid waste.Read More...

Space Camping Facility: Water in Space

Future astronauts poised to blast off for an extended stay on the International Space Station (ISS) might first consider dashing to the restroom for a quick splash at the lavatory, or better yet, a luxurious hot shower. Once on board the ISS, spacefarers are in for a steady diet of sponge baths using water distilled from -- among other places -- their crewmates breath.Read More...

Space Camping Facility: Breathing facilities

Life support systems on the ISS provide oxygen, absorb carbon dioxide, and manage vaporous emissions from the astronauts themselves. It's all part of breathing easy in our new home in space.Read More...

Space Camping Facility: Space Sleep

After a long day at work, there is nothing like a good night's sleep! Just like on Earth, a worker in space goes to bed at night then wakes up the next day and prepares for work all over again.Read More...

Space Camping: Fun Activities

Living in space is not just all work and no play. Astronauts like to have fun, too. If you're going to work on the space shuttle for a week or two, it is certainly okay to look out the window, play with your food or tease your crewmates once in awhile. Read More...

Space Camping: Health Hazards

The danger relating to the fitness of a person is health hazard. It has increased to certain times in the present conditions. In case of safety hazards it can be indicated as flammable, toxic etc. They can be easily determined by tests and researches. But to define health hazard it is a more subjective matter than compared to any precise definition.Read More...