Mission Statement

"To promote, preserve and restore artifacts and technology that chronicle the history of manned and unmanned spaceflight. We educate the public, and insprire the next generation of dreamers."

The Museum and Science Center

The Spaceflight America Museum and Science Center is part of Volanz Aerospace Inc., a non-profit (IRS 501c3) Maryland corporation formed in 1998 to provide space science and space-related education and research opportunities. Volanz Aerospace collaborates with NASA, educational institutions, government and industry to enhance the impact of space science and technology in our world. Volanz Aerospace is not part of the Calvert County School System.

Using aerospace and related fields as a theme, our educational programs create an exciting learning environment that challenges students by providing them with unique educational opportunities.These programs enhance science literacy, and help provide our nation with a diverse technical workforce. Volanz Aerospace’s goal is to offer diverse educational opportunities that contribute to the educational success of area students.

Volanz is proud of its impact on students (of all ages) to get them excited about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. We work very closely with organizations to further national educational goals.

As of September 30, 2014, over 12,970 students and over 5,260 adults/teachers have participated in our formal/informal educational programs.These include in-school programs, summer camp, national conventions, local meetings, and NASA Programs, such as Goddard’s Launchfest.