Space Warriors Blu Ray Giveaway!

A new movie, Space Warriors, premieres tonight on the Hallmark Channel!

In Space Warriors, six highly skilled teenagers are handpicked to be part of a summer space camp competition but they don’t realize that they will be forced to solve a life or death crisis aboard the International Space Station as the world anxiously watches.

You can win a chance to take your family to space camp, just by watching and entering with the secret keyword!  How cool would that be to do space camp with your kids?

Now, the next best thing, I'm also giving away a BluRay combo pack of the Space Warriors movie!  I asked Mr. Ben for his help with a good giveaway question and he came up with:

They should tell me a cool space fact!
(Hey, it's not about zombies, we are going with it!)

So, leave me a comment with your favorite space fact for Ben, before 6/15 and a way to reach you (Google profile, blog link, email) and we will draw a number on Random.Org for the winner!

Walden Family Theater provided me the materials for this giveaway, no other compensation was received.


  1. Hi Ben!
    Did you know the moon is slowly moving away from the Earth? Very slowly - approximately 3.78cm per year - which is about the same speed our fingernails grow!

    And this is not a space fact, but a very cool thing, you may even have seen it before - but even if you have maybe someone else hasn't so I will share it :) It's a demonstration of the scale of the universe:

  2. Not exactly about space, but did you know Nasa does regular G+ hangouts with astronauts where you can ask anything you want? I've watched a couple and they are awesome. :)

    NASA is also sponsoring a robot competition that starts on Wednesday. The winners get 1.5 million dollars.

    The last group to go to the ISS took the "short cut" and from take off to landing was 6 hours. Earth to ISS in 6 hours is like flying from the East coast to the West coast in the US.

  3. cool fact about space:

    If you put Saturn in water it would float!

    The density of Saturn is so low that if you were to put it in a giant glass of water it would float. The actual density of Saturn is 0.687 g/cm3 while the density of water is 0.998 g/cm3. At the equator Saturn has a radius of 60,268 ± 4 km – which means you would need an extremely large glass of water to test this out.

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