Virtual Space Camp

Child holding a paper model space probe.

June 14-18, 2021

10 - 11:30 am on Zoom

For 6-12 year olds.

Learn about space science through hands-on activities.  Topics include the aurora, eclipses, gravity, rockets, our Solar System, the universe as a whole, and more!

Child leans over a paper strip on a tabletop. Paper is a representation of the solar system.Campers will receive a materials kit (pick up at museum) plus daily Zoom sessions with a museum educator and guest experts.  Experience the wonder of outer space with us this summer!

Camp size is limited to encourage interaction among participants and instructors.


  • $50 per child, $10 per additional sibling (non-members)
  • $40 per child, $10 per additional sibling (Museum Members)

Note: Siblings will need to share a Zoom log-on. Each will receive materials. 

Taught by Kristin Donaldson and Emily Koehler-Platten, UAMN Education Outreach Specialists.

Registration is now closed. Check back soon for more opportunities!

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          Children's chalk art on black paper showing the aurora and moon. A child's hand holds a piece of chalk.         A child holds an paper image of the sun from NASA. In front of the child are papers on a tabletop.          A child's hands are seen holding a paper model of the Earth and Sun illustrating seasons. Floral clothing is in the background.

  Virtual Space Camp is proudly presented by Dr. Walt & Marita Babula.