Teaching kids about STEM in a fun atmosphere at the Infinity Science Center

Camp Astro is taking off at the Infinity Science Center in Pearlington.

During camp, students learn about a multitude of science and space topics. In this class, students are drawing the new Artemis space suits that NASA will hopefully be using for future explorations.

The camp hopes to inspire the next generation of scientists, researchers, and engineers to pursue careers in STEM fields. Camper Amelia Graham said, “It’s really fun and really interesting if you like space, just come on over here.”

Camp Counselor Amanda Baker said, “We have a lot of kids over here that are really into STEM, very into science, astronomy, and space exploration. They’ll be able to learn some new information that they didn’t know before, especially if they’re interested in space.”

While registration for Camp Astro is closed, registration for Camp Artemis is open. That summer camp is designed for students ages 12 through 15.

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