Day Thirteen - Departure

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There was a truly sombre air to the college as students woke to their last hours at ISS.

After a quiet breakfast the scholars waited outside to see off as many of their fellow scholars as possible. After two weeks, the friedships that have been made will last well into the future and the thought of leaving had even the toughest scholars crying.

Although the time to say goodbye was extremely sad, the friendships and experiences the scholars have shared together, through a love of science, will ensure that many of the scholars keep in contact and achieve their dreams, whether scientific or not.

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