Events

Upcoming Events

AIAA SciTech 2024

January 12, 2024
Orlando, FL

The world's largest event for aerospace R&D, where thousands come to collaborate in breakthrough science, revolutionary technologies, and next-generation capabilities that are redefining what is possible in aerospace.

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Past Events

AIAA ASCEND 2023

October 24, 2023
Las Vegas, NV

Powered by AIAA, ASCEND promotes the collaborative, interdisciplinary, outcomes-driven community of professionals, students, and serious enthusiasts around the world who are accelerating humanity's progress toward our off-world future!

GMU Space Day 2023

October 22, 2023
George Mason University, Fairfax VA

Mason Space Day is an exciting, collaborative, and engaging event, with an aim to educate the public on the technology and science behind some of the leading aerospace projects in the area. The day offers lectures from those at the forefront of space exploration and a number of organizations with hands-on space-related activities, educational information, and more. We look forward to seeing you October 22, 2023 from 3 to 9 p.m. in the Center for the Arts on Mason's Fairfax Campus.

TJHSST Techstravaganza 2023

May 13, 2023
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

At TJHSST's own STEM symposium called Techstravaganza, Project Caelus was able to present our work to over 100 local elementary and middle school students. We held rocketry demonstrations and also taught our community more about the engineering and programming aspects of our project.

GMU Space Day

September 10, 2022
George Mason University

Organized by GMU, Project Caelus, and the Pearl Project Institute, Space Day was a large-scale event with many aerospace activities. We had the opportunity to speak about our project, as well as showcase larger bottle rockets with the community.

Frankiln MS Career Fair

September 10, 2022
Franklin Middle School

Project Caelus presented at the Franklin Middle School STEM Career Fair on September 10th, 2022. We were able to interact with the younger community by hosting an activity to launch two different types of model rockets. We had a lot of fun spending time talking about our project and spreading our love for rocketry.

HOFSTRA Astronomy Festival 2022

June 25, 2022
National Mall, Washington DC

Over the summer of 2022, members of Project Caelus held a booth at the National Mall Astronomy Festival in Washington, DC. We met several STEM and Aerospace organizations and were able to connect with mentors. We also had the opportunity to present our project to families and hosted an activity for younger children to launch bottle rockets.

TJHSST Techstravaganza 2022

May 13, 2022
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

At TJHSST's own STEM symposium called Techstravaganza, Project Caelus was able to present our work to over 100 local elementary and middle school students. We held rocketry demonstrations and also taught our community more about the engineering and programming aspects of our project.

Winter Technical Skills Camp

December 21, 2020
Virtual

Over Winter break, Project Caelus held a two three-day Technical Skills Camp for students between grades 5 and 10. The camp had an introductory session for beginners from Dec 21-23 and an advanced session from Dec 28-30; each of the three days had lessons for around 2 hours.

Fall CAD and Python camp

November 28, 2020
Virtual

Over Thanksgiving break, Project Caelus held a two-day Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Python camp for students between grades 5 and 10. The camp was held on November 28th and 29th and TJHSST students provided hands-on Python labs as well as lectures for 3 hours each day.

Summer Rocketry Camp

August 10, 2020
Virtual

In August of 2020, Project Caelus held a Summer Rocketry Camp which offered both an introductory to rocketry basics camp, and an advanced skills camp over the course of two weeks. We taught students from the 2nd to 10th grade and held lessons for almost 2 hours each day of the week in the camp that covered topics ranging from Astronomy to CAD/Programming and even to Arduino basics.

Braddock Elementary School Event

January 18, 2020
Braddock Elementary School

Some of the Project Caelus members traveled to Braddock Elementary School to teach Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders about Newton's 3 Laws of Physics. After the lesson, we held a fun balloon rocket activity where all the kids were able to build model balloon rockets, test their speed, and compete with their peers!

Steamology Stemfest 2023

Steamology Stemfest 2022

HOFSTRA Astronomy Festival 2023

UMD Space Summit 2023

Camps

SWE Virtual Camp

Dates Vary
Virtual

A virtual camp taught with the help of SWE (Society of Women Engineers) covering subjects from chemistry to calculus. This camp is for all ages.

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