It’s been over 21 years since the grand opening of Space Camp Turkey. During this time, thousands of students and teachers have attended our programs. All the feedback we received from our participants motivated us to do our work even better, and also helped us to improve ourselves. Of course some of the positive feedbacks came from our beloved chaperones.
The Galactic Summer Camps of Space Camp Turkey could very well be the ultimate opportunity for a summer vacation for both parents and children at the same time.
Mars, named after the Roman god of war, is called the “Red Planet” because of the reddish color of the iron oxide on its surface. Among the planets of the solar system, the Red Planet, which ranks fourth based on its distance from the Sun, is the second smallest planet after Mercury.
Space Camp Turkey integrated the Minecraft™ game to its programs after developing unique educational content and came up with a brand new program called “Minecraft New Horizons” for the 9-13 age group which will last 3 days.
We celebrated Pi Day with our international campers while playing math games.
The students participating in Space Camp Turkey’s Galactic Summer Camp Program on July 22-28, received training about disaster communications and wireless operation from the officials of Turkish Amateur Radio Association (TRAC) Izmir branch.
Students of Swiss International Scientific School Dubai participated in our “Customized Outer Space Adventure” program during the week of February 17th, 2019 and enjoyed the flexibility of customizing their own program.
The Week Without Walls fieldtrips take learning beyond the classroom, expand learners’ understanding of the curriculum and its possible applications as well as contribute to their individual development.
Space Camp Turkey has organized promotional activities and presentations while attending the “Destination Imagination Turkey” tournament which took place on February 16-17 at the Ephesus Convention Center with the participation of 278 school teams and 2 thousand 200 students from various cities of Turkey.
The students of TED Aliağa College and TED İzmir College, whom have completed the ACCESS Social Responsibility Project, which was held for the eighth time this year in cooperation with the Turkish Education Association (TED) and the US Embassy English Education Attaché, attended the English Astro-Adventure Program at Space Camp Turkey on July 14-15.
The special themed Galactic Summer Camp Program of Space Camp Turkey, which was organized to draw attention to the “World Asteroid Day” which is celebrated on June 30, was completed.
The Galactic Summer Camp program scheduled for June 24-30 will be presented under the theme of "Asteroid Week".
The 50th anniversary of the first humans landing on the Moon as part of NASA's Apollo 11 lunar mission was celebrated at Space Camp Turkey with various activities during a special week titled “Apollo Week”.
Why do astronauts wear space suits? Is the space environment dangerous for humans?
Will we really see planet Mars as big as our Earth's moon?
What Are The Effects Of An Asteroid Impact, How Can We Be Protected?
Space Camp Turkey’s special themed 2019 International Summer Camp Program, which was organized to increase the awareness about World Asteroid Day has ended with several different unique activities being completed.
Space Camp Turkey started its journey with the slogan "We Shape Future Leaders" and today is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Space Camp Turkey will begin sharing educational videos via its YouTube channel!
The world's second, Turkey's first and only space camp is proudly celebrating its 19th year! Since the day we were founded, we are proud to have provided applied space science education to approximately 250 thousand participants from over 60 countries.
131 students and 15 teachers from 7 countries, including Poland, the United Kingdom, Lithuania and the United States, participated in the 17th E-Pal Week as part of the Partner School Science Program (PSSP), which was organized by Global Friendship Through Space Education Foundation and Space Camp Turkey on June 30-July 6, 2019.
Space Camp Turkey youth programs that took place during the semester break in Turkey (Jan 21 - Feb 1, 2019) have ended with success.
15 female students have attended the Outer Space Adventure Program at Space Camp Turkey on June 8-10 as a part of the “Girls Can STEM” project carried out with the partnership and cooperation of the Flying Broom Women's Communication and Research Association and the United States Embassy.
51 students and 18 teachers from 9 countries, including Poland, the United Kingdom, Lithuania and the United States, participated in the 16th Partner School Science Program (PSSP), also known as the E-PAL Week, which is organized by Global Friendship Through Space Education Foundation and Space Camp Turkey on July 1-7 2018.
Space Camp Turkey’s Educational Outreach Department Manager, Tolga Yıldırım, has attended the Science Fair at Klaipeda Adult Gymnasium in Lithuania on the 2nd of March.
Space Camp Turkey has been evaluated by Turkish Quality Foundation as a good practice in terms of the concept of "Creating a Sustainable Future".
Our international marketing manager, Beth Mitchell Gencel, met with Astronaut Chris Hadfield, who flew in space three times and commanded a space station mission, during Istanbul Innovation Conference on December 4, 2015.
Greek-American philanthropist Michael Parlamis, a staunch supporter of Space Camp Turkey, passed away on Oct.6 in New York City, N.Y. He was 73.
Space Camp Turkey, as an ESBAS Enterprise, is honored to host Nagin Cox as guest speakers to share her unique experiences with Space Camp Turkey participants on April 26, 2013.