More than 60 astronauts, forensic scientists, and pilots gathered together in Perry County all week.
It was actually part of "Camp Invention", a weeklong summer enrichment program for students in grades one through six. Students built everything from space stations to hovercrafts and had some fun while learning.
"If you look at students faces, you're going to see they're having a wonderful time. They're getting to use their creativity," said Mary Hughes, Director of Camp Invention.
"I can invent, and I like the classes is what I like," said Ethan Miller and Bit Hughes.
This is the second year Camp Invention has been held. Officials say all systems are go for next summer as well.