Students investigate the latest developments in astronomy and space travel by performing experiments, completing hands-on projects, and running computer simulations.
Students explore the scientific and engineering principles behind space suits and rocketry, the phases of the moon, telescopes, rovers, and zero-gravity equipment. They build model vehicles and spacecraft, including a water pressure-powered rocket. Other activities include planning and simulating a space mission, inventing their own constellations, and finding stars and planets in planetarium software.
|Session I||6/14/2021 - 6/25/2021||Vienna||Afternoon (Call for waitlist)|
|Session II||6/28/2021 - 7/9/2021||Chantilly||Morning|
|Session II||6/28/2021 - 7/9/2021||Tysons||Morning (Call for waitlist)|
|Session III||7/12/2021 - 7/23/2021||Dulles||Afternoon|
|Session III||7/12/2021 - 7/23/2021||Vienna||Morning|
|Session IV||7/26/2021 - 8/6/2021||Tysons||Afternoon (Call for waitlist)|
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