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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Members of the consortium will use the supercomputer for various large-scale computations such as global climate models, aerospace vehicle simulations, and visualization of scientific data returned from the Magellan and Galileo spacecraft.
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The development of an aerospace vehicle is a combined effort of many disciplines contributing their know-how and expertise throughout the engineering process.
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Boeing has unveiled a new unmanned electric vertical-take-off-and-landing (eVTOL) cargo air vehicle (CAV) prototype that will be used to test and evolve Boeing's autonomy technology for future aerospace vehicles.
Boeing has unveiled a new unmanned electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) cargo air vehicle (CAV) prototype that will be used to test and evolve Boeing's autonomy technology for future aerospace vehicles.
Aurora Flight Sciences, a leader in the development and manufacturing of advanced unmanned systems and aerospace vehicles, has selected the Secondary Power Distribution Unit (SPDU) from the Power and Data Systems (PDS) business unit of AMETEK Aerospace & Defense for its XV-24A LightningStrike vertical take-off and landing aircraft.
Aerospace Vehicles 2016: Lifecycle Challenges, London
NASA has selected three proposals to develop and manufacture ultralight-weight (ULW) materials for future aerospace vehicles and structures.

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