The Chase to Space!


Important Information

Registration is CLOSED! | The Chase to Space camp is limited to 10 students – check availability below before signing up. Once your payment has been processed a receipt will be emailed to you. In addition, someone from Fourteen Six Street will contact you to verify your signup. At that time we will also need your child’s name and age.

For specific details including dates, times and locations, visit The Chase to Space webpage


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Registration is CLOSED! | The Chase to Space camp gives 10 middle school and high school students the opportunity to build, launch and retrieve a weather balloon that will fly 50,000 – 100,000 feet in altitude. During this process students will learn about atmospheric conditions, programming electronics related to GPS and automated video capture, ham radio operation, using mathematics to calculate lift and payload weight, real time flight tracking, flight path projections, and more. Students will also have the opportunity to directly engage with two engineers that have worked on High Altitude Balloon projects for the University of Maine. This exciting camp will be an experience these students will never forget!

Watch the video below to see what ‘launch day’ will look like:

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