Techstravaganza 2019 Photo Gallery

Techstravaganza 2019 at Jefferson was host to multiple organizations and Jefferson clubs.

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Techstravaganza 2019 Photo Gallery

Kids at the Project Caelus booth create straw rockets which they can launch by blowing air into straws.

Kids at the Project Caelus booth create straw rockets which they can launch by blowing air into straws.

Kids at the Project Caelus booth create straw rockets which they can launch by blowing air into straws.

Kids at the Project Caelus booth create straw rockets which they can launch by blowing air into straws.

Sonia Kanchan, Staff Writer

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  • Elementary school students create neurons out of pipe cleaners at booth hosted by Jefferson's Neuroscience Society.

  • Kids at the Project Caelus booth create straw rockets which they can launch by blowing air into straws.

  • A middle schooler observes a computer program presented at Techstrav 2019.

  • In learning the physics of a wheel, a young Techstrav guests spins around with a spinning wheel.

  • Project Caelus, a nonprofit organization run by Jefferson students, explains their goal to launch a rocket with 3D-printed methalox fueled engine to the Karman line, to parents.

  • FTC Shockwave representative, sophomore Kritika Jothishankar explains the workings of her team's competition robot to a few of the many Techstrav guests.

  • The younger generations listens on as a booth representative explains details of graphic design.

  • A father and his children, both in elementary school observe the contraptions built by the multiple FTC (First Technology Challenge) teams present at Techstrav 2019.

  • Getting through a maze blindfolded is one of many challenges created for Techstrav guests.

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