In the summer months of July and August, the Centre for Planetary Science & Exploration (CPSX) at Western University offers a Space Science and Technology themed summer camp for children ages 9 to 14 (by June 2018).

*NEW*: In 2018, we are bringing our Space Camp to David Dunlap Observatory in Richmond Hill, Ontario in partnership with the Town of Richmond Hill. For more information and registration, visit www.richmondhill.ca/rhcamps

*NEW* Space Academy (Ages 12 – 14)

Space Academy is a 1-week summer camp for children ages 12-14. This is a more academic version of the camp with a blended learning experience where the participants will be learning about various topics in space science and technology and will engage in several experiments, hands-on activities, as well as discussions led by CPSX faculty and/or graduate students.

For more information on Space Academy, visit the Information Page!

For Space Academy’s cost, registration and schedule, visit the Space Academy Schedule and Registration Page!

Space Camp (Ages 9 – 11)

Campers will engage weekly in hands-on activities, daily projects and demonstrations highlighting space focused topics in the fields of astronomy, biology, engineering, geography, and geology. This camp aims to fuel your child’s imagination to explore the universe.

For more information on Space Camp, visit the Information Page!

For Space Camp’s cost, registration and schedule, visit the Space Camp Schedule and Registration Page!

For more information for the campers, click here!