aerospace vehicle


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aerospace vehicle

[¦e·rō¦spās ′vē·ə·kəl]
(aerospace engineering)
A vehicle capable of flight both within and outside the sensible atmosphere.
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Aurora Flight Sciences is a leader in the development and manufacturing of advanced aerospace vehicles.
NASA has selected three proposals to develop and manufacture ultralight-weight (ULW) materials for future aerospace vehicles and structures.
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Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is home to more than 360 aerospace vehicles and missiles.
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The company's major objectives in support of NASA's and the Army's mission critical engineering applications will be to develop and apply technologies to design and analyze aerospace vehicles and systems, perform large-scale numerical simulations, make fundamental advances in numerical methodologies, algorithms, physical models and application code development.
Smart technologies will play a significant role in the future of aerospace vehicles.
Aerospace engineers at the National Aeronautical Laboratory in Bangalore Raol (retired) and Singh discuss techniques that have become very important in the design, development, analysis, and evaluation of aerospace vehicles, especially in fly-by-wire aircraft development programs.
The Air Force is the Department of Defense's executive agent for designating and naming military aerospace vehicles.
They are pursuing aerospace vehicles that are better than what is in our inventory today.

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