Our NYLT program (http://topgun.mcc-bsa.org/home) is also a week-long camping experience. The SEALS program (https://sites.google.com/site/mccseals/what-is-seals) has been around in our Council for about 10 years.
I remember seeing the Bobby Fischer chess columns but I believe that while I was a Boy Scout the column was being done by Larry Evans. Not that I understood most of it anyway.
Space Conquerors must be a little before my time as well, or at any rate I don't remember it. Why don't they go at night, right. Actually the science in there seems pretty abysmal, and I am not a scientist. I think they knew in the 50's/60's how hot Mercury is, and that nobody's putting any cameras on it, nor are any human beings going into orbit around it. And about 20 other things.
My guide (who, like me, had visited Old Economy in childhood but oversaw multiple restorations since then) was walking me through the common house, and I told her that I vaguely recalled that one of the rooms held a vintage flea circus. Her eyes lit up, and she exclaimed "I remember that, too!"
Restored a childhood memory ... daily good turn done.