Underwater Astronaut Training Camp
HAMMOND | The Challenger Learning Center of Northwest Indiana taught students the science and physics behind walking on the moon during the Underwater Astronaut Training Camp earlier this month.
HAMMOND | Eleven students suited up in more than 35 pounds of scuba gear and descended into the 11-foot-deep pool.
Matthew Thomas, left, and his sister Sarah Thomas, both of Griffith, get comfortable in their scuba gear Tuesday before an underwater training exercise sponsored by the Challenger Learning Center at the Hammond Branch YMCA. The exercise simulated how it feels to be in outer space.
Children receive instructions on an underwater training exercise during the Challenger Learning Center's Underwater Astronaut Training Camp on Tuesday at the Hammond Branch YMCA.
Sarah Thomas, 11, of Griffith, gets help with her scuba gear from volunteer instructor Susan Momsen on Tuesday before an underwater training exercise at the Hammond Branch YMCA.
HAMMOND | The Challenger Learning Center will teach students the science and physics of walking in space at Underwater Astronaut Training Camp.
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