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Space & Rocket Center marks milestone with Space Camp Ops Center

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — The U.S. Space & Rocket Center, a global leader in STEM training for students, is blasting into the future with a new state-of-the-art facility that will provide next-level education opportunities.

On Friday, Governor Kay Ivey and Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield joined Space & Rocket Center officials and local leaders in Huntsville for a ribbon-cutting center for the new Space Camp Operations Center.

Made possible through a grant from the Governor’s Office and a sponsorship with Boeing, the facility will serve as a central location for Space Camp programs as well as provide a new home for U.S. Cyber Camp.

“A $10 million state economic development grant, awarded with the governor’s approval, planted the seed that has grown, bloomed and blossomed into this state-of-the-art center we are dedicating today,” Dr. Kimberly Robinson, CEO and Executive Director of the Space & Rocket Center, said during the event.

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