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Articles of Interest

Note: These articles provide a sampling of what was happening with regard to space related camps and training programs during this period so the titles will remain here for historical interest. Unfortunately, many of these articles will expire over time.

When the the links go dead, the text will be disconnected but still shown in italics.

If you want to follow up on an interesting but disconnected item, there are a few possiblities:

  • Most of the Yahoo news items are based on press releases from companies, NASA or other agency. If you go to the website of the particular company
  • or institution involved, it may have the PR in its archive. Look for the News or Press Release page.

  • Many online newspapers break their links after a period of time but keep the articles in a searchable archive. However, they often will charge for a search.

  • If all else fails, try Google
  • or other search engine using the title or keywords from the title.













Space Camp Financial Woes

The Space Camp organization ran into serious financial problems in 2002 period after a disastrous promotion campaign failed to bring in corporate sponsors for a large number of student visitors who attended for free.

There was a reorganization and restructuring and some after-effects such as the closures of the California and Florida facilities (which also suffered from fewer visitors in the post 9/11 period). However, things seem to be back in order now:




The Art of C. Sergent Lindsey





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