Interstellar Dreams is a new take on a summer space camp, designed for rising 6th graders through rising 9th graders that blends “hands-on” fun and “minds-on” tech with their imagination to launch the future of space exploration. Campers will Explore space, Imagine the future, and Design the possibilities of ethical space exploration. The Interstellar Dreams Space Center at George Mason University is a partnership between the Pearl Project Institute and George Mason University Observatories. Click here for more information and to register.
4.5 billion years old, our Sun is the largest and most powerful object in our solar system. Without the Sun’s energy, life as we know it could not exist on our home planet. Its power and ability to control everything we know as true is governed by its daily activity. Join our Interstellar Dreams one-week space camp to observe, analyze, and head-off serious impact eruptions, charged particles, and influences on Solar System visitors. You will build websites, take 3D walks in space, learn to code to solve mission critical challenges, and host a Solar Observatory Press Conference.