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29marAll DayKentucky’s 1st Mission Discovery CampAll DayWork with astronauts and compete to send your project into space! Kentucky Space and Higher Orbits are collaborating to bring Kentucky’s first Mission Discovery Camp to Louisville this winter. The four-day weekend camp for students in the 8th grade and above will be held March 21st, 22nd, 28th and 29th at the Kentucky Science Center. Students will have the chance to meet and work with astronauts, astronaut trainers, scientists and NASA leaders and to present an idea for an experiment to be carried out in space. The best ideas will be built, launched to the International Space Station and carried out in space. The camp is open to students from the eighth grade to undergraduate level, with a limit of 250 participants. Some age exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis. The program cost is $500, and scholarships are available. Science teachers can attend for free if they volunteer as a mentor. Click here for more information or to register.