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2019?

Postby p51 » Wed Jan 02, 2019 8:12 pm

Happy new year!
Who's planning on Space Camp this year?
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Re: 2019?

Postby Conan » Thu Jan 03, 2019 10:48 am

I am planning on going for the Alumni Fest since this is the 50th Moon Landing Anniversary. Not planning on attending an actual camp at this time. Who else will be there for the Alumni Fest in July?
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Re: 2019?

Postby blachwk » Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:33 pm

My wife and I will be going to a 3 day Adult Space Academy in May. Due to a job change and other things going on career wise there is no way we could do it on our actual anniversary so this was as close we could get. (Which was only a couple weeks early anyways). It was a mutual gift we bought for each other when the Black Friday sale was going on.

I do have a question for the Adult Space Academy, are name tags no longer being issued or log books provided? Are wristbands only being issued?
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Re: 2019?

Postby p51 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:24 pm

blachwk wrote:My wife and I will be going to a 3 day Adult Space Academy in May. Due to a job change and other things going on career wise there is no way we could do it on our actual anniversary so this was as close we could get. (Which was only a couple weeks early anyways). It was a mutual gift we bought for each other when the Black Friday sale was going on.

I do have a question for the Adult Space Academy, are name tags no longer being issued or log books provided? Are wristbands only being issued?

When I was there on November, tjhey only issued the name tag badges without lanyards. Thankfully I had brought my own lanyard, the one from my first time at SC, which I always use.
The log books, we practicall had to beg for and only got them at the end of camp.
Frankly, the last 3 times I've been, I've seen a noted decline in overall what you get, proprtionally, worse each time.
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Re: 2019?

Postby majtom7 » Mon Jan 21, 2019 3:19 pm

I would like to yet given your experience with the last weeklong camp, i.e., 3 missions totaling 5 hours, I am very hesitant. Why set yourself up for frustration? Now if they want to do an Advanced schedule like I did in 1993, I might be in. (Sorry, I have that schedule in a jpg and it's too large to attach.) I don't think that they'll believe that I am just 18 so I could do ASA Elite.
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