Girl Scouts Camp Out on White House Lawn for Star Gazing Lesson

Ever wonder what it's like to gaze at the stars from a tent on the White House lawn?
Some lucky Girl Scouts will be doing just that on Tuesday night, thanks to an invitation from the First Lady to pitch their tents in the president's backyard.
Tuesday's campout is part of a night of planned outdoor activities on the South Lawn of the White House, including rock wall climbing, knot tying and orienteering as part of Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" initiative against childhood obesity.
The Scouts, all fourth graders from Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Washington D.C., and Oklahoma, will be joined by NASA astronaut Cady Coleman, who will teach them a bit more about the stars.