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    Default Has anyone done Space Camp?

    We are seriously looking into sending DS to a week long space camp in Florida this summer (http://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/sp-camp-kennedy-space-center.aspx) and I'm wondering if anyone has attended this program, or another one similar. It would, of course, be an enormous (and expensive!) undertaking for us to get to Florida from New Brunswick, but our opportunities here are exactly zero and he would absolutely love an adventure like this. We are also looking into camps at MIT in Boston, which is much closer and, ahem, a much more interesting place for *us*to hang out while he's in camp. If anyone has experience with either of these, I'd love to hear about it. TIA!

    edit: I can't make the link work. WHY can I never make links work?!
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    My oldest did Space Camp, but it was in Alabama. He LOOOOOOVED it.
    http://www.spacecamp.com/

    ETA: the one that Alex went to was a sleep away camp. We did not go at all. He flew there and they met him at the airport.
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    You have an extra "http" in your link.
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