Contact Victor Williamson with your questions about simulator based experiential education programs for your school. Director@SpaceCampUtah.org

Sunday, March 1, 2020

CMSC Simulator Decommissioning (Open House). Your Last Chance to Walk Through the Simulators that Started it All and Sandwich Club! The Blueprints of Four of the Six New Simulators at the Christa McAuliffe Space Center. Construction Highlight. Imaginarium Theater and Memes


The last Goodbye to the Original Voyager Bridge before the first makeover.
July 2000 taken after the last summer space camp of the season 

Simulator Decommissioning.  Your Last Chance to Walk Through the Simulators that Started it All


Three Events Planned for March 28

9:00 - 11:00 A.M. 
Open House for the General Public:  

Walk through the simulators one last chance before they close on May 14 (you can book private missions in your favorite ship until May 14).



11:15 - 11:45  A.M.
Current and Former Staff and Volunteers gather for a short program and thank you 

11:45 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.  Sandwich Club Former Paid Staff Only From 1990-2013: (Those who were on Timecard)
Come and Go; however there will be a Short Program at 12:00 Noon (Ticket Required)

Current and Former Staff Only (those who were or are on timecard.  Be sure to do your touring BEFORE 11:00 A.M.
The simulators will be involved in private missions after 11:00 A.M.  
This Sandwich Club requires a TICKET so we can make necessary arrangements foodwise.  Please contact me for your ticket.  Director@SpaceCampUtah.org


     Come hang out with your old shipmates. Hear the latest updates on the new Space Center. Step outside and see the new Center under construction.  Again email me for your ticket.  

Victor
"Bossman"

The Blueprints of the New Fleet of Starships at the Christa McAuliffe Space Center  




By James Porter
From the CMSC's Facebook Page

T - 00:14 New Simulators
     Same great ships with some significant upgrades. Right after the excitement of the planetarium comes our eagerness to get behind the controls of our new ships. In the history of simulators we have always added onto the building, adapted unused space, or simply parked in the cafeteria. Now we have ships designed and built for our unique needs. No more covering school bricks behind a false wall. It is now the hull of the ship, and it will look and feel like it.


     

     The Magellan, Phoenix, Odyssey, and Galileo have all been redesigned and retrofitted with a look and feel that will be unparalleled with what we have had before. Many of these details will have to wait to be revealed as the ships are currently just framed walls and wiring. 




     That being said, it gives us great delight to share that each simulator will have a unique feel and character to establish the most robust and well armed fleet of simulators ever to have been constructed.

    
Construction Highlight: Mike


     Mike is part of the design team from VCBO Architecture working on our new facility. As you can imagine there are a lot of unique difficulties when designing a facility for a fleet of starship simulators. There aren't exactly a lot of designs to compare with. In addition most architects will never have the chance to work on a planetarium during their career.
     So we greatly appreciate Mike's patience, innovation, and efforts on making our project so amazing. We really do throw a lot of curve balls at him and he has come up with some great solutions. Thank you Mike and good luck with that plasma core installation.

James Porter
Director

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