2024 International Summer Camps for Teens and Kids Now Open With Limited Spots! Join the Adventure at Unique Space and Science Education Center.
The Turkish Space Agency (TUA) and Space Camp Turkey have joined forces to provide a unique opportunity for 100 talented students to participate in the "Space Travelers Program." The program is designed to give students between the ages of 9 and 15 an unforgettable experience in space technologies.
Space Camp Turkey, the premier space technologies education center, is counting down to offer its unique holiday programs for students and families. Since its opening in 2000, the camp has been providing interesting and educational overnight programs for students between the ages of 7 and 15 and their families with simulators similar to those used by NASA in astronaut training.
In 2022, we had a wonderful year with the updated programs, special visitors, and participants who attended our camps from different countries throughout the year. As we prepare to welcome 2023 with new hopes and excitement, we have compiled the news that stood out in 2022, the year we are preparing to say goodbye...
19-year-old Tatyana Ivanova, who dreams of becoming the first Bulgarian woman astronaut and is getting trained to be one, visited Space Camp Turkey which was the inspiration for her to pursue her dreams.
Space Camp Turkey's Parent Company, ESBAS, received the 13th 'Grand Leadership Award in Human Value', awarded by PERYON, based on innovative and successful practices in the field of human resources.
The distance learning programs that Space Camp Turkey has been offering for 19 years bring the children of the world together in Turkey. While the students participating in the program receive training through videoconferences during the academic year, they form global friendships by participating in the international summer camps in Turkey during the summer period.
Our programs continue with the online lectures we provide free of charge for school groups.
Did you know that Space Camp Turkey's pennant flew to space?
Space Camp Turkey is the ultimate adventure for a kid. It’s a place to discover the universe, learn about space missions, and experience the fascinating world of astronautics in a very unique way.
The measures taken by our institution were determined by evaluating the circulars published by the Republic of Turkey Ministry of National Education, Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Turkey Ministry of Health and the Scientific Committee based in Turkey. Space Camp Turkey will start the new period with new measures and procedures to keep its participants, visitors and employees safe and healthy.
Retired astronaut Dr. Don Thomas, who went to space four times during his 20 years at NASA, has sent a special video message to Space Camp Turkey to celebrate the National Sovereignty And Children's Day of children in Turkey.
Space Camp Turkey, as part of its 20th anniversary celebrations, conducted a live radio contact with NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan who is aboard the International Space Station.
It is with great sadness that we learn today of the passing of our dear friend and retired director Mr. Scott Woodham.
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.
Space Camp Turkey has been evaluated by Turkish Quality Foundation as a good practice in terms of the concept of "Creating a Sustainable Future".
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.
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.
Our most recent NASA videoconference during the 2011-2012 school year was held on May 11 as part of Space Camp Turkey's Partner Schools Science Program.
Space Camp Turkey's videoconference teaching methodology used in the "Partner School Science Program" will now connect schools in Europe and Turkey.
Space Camp Turkey hosted 18 teachers and 11 project specialists from four European countries, April 11-16, as part of a European Union Comenius Project focused on improving teaching and the learning of math and science in primary and secondary schools.
Over a two-week semester break, Jan.23 – Feb.8, Space Camp Turkey featured a 5-Day Space Camp with Robotics, regular 5-Day Space Camp, Outer Space Adventure and Parent Child Program.
Before his historic return-to-flight mission aboard NASA`s Space Shuttle Discovery in July, Astronaut Steve Lindsey said he always wanted to visit Turkey and, if possible, he would like to after his return from the International Space Station.