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aerospace engineering

[¦e·rō¦spās ‚en·jə′nir·iŋ]
(engineering)
Engineering pertaining to the design and construction of aircraft and space vehicles and of power units, and to the special problems of flight in both the earth's atmosphere and space, as in the flight of air vehicles and in the launching, guidance, and control of missiles, earth satellites, and space vehicles and probes.
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The inquest heard how Araf, of Whitchurch, Cardiff, had secured a well paid job as an aeronautical engineer at TES Engineering in Abercynon, South Wales.
Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA in 1973 (with distinction); a Professional Aeronautical Engineer degree, U.
The award is named for Sylvanus Reed, an early aeronautical engineer and designer.
Bill has over twenty five years experience with premiere aerospace companies and government services, including Scaled Composites (who built the SpaceShipOne that won the Ansari X prize as well as the GlobalFlyer, which recently completed the first non-stop around the world flight, piloted by Steve Fossett), AeroVironment, NASA and the Air Force as an structural engineer, structural dynamicist, aeronautical engineer, project manager, and pilot.
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The student from Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles is participating in the math-science portion and getting help in preparing himself for calculus, trigonometry, engineering and science courses to help him realize his dream of becoming an aeronautical engineer.
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In a memorandum of understanding, signed earlier this year between Coleg Menai and Babcock, both institutions agreed to work together to train 33 aeronautical engineers over a three-year period until 2020.
Focusing, in particular, on wartime aeronautical engineers and their contributions to the development of the much-celebrated Japanese bullet train after the Second World War, the author contends that if war is said to drive widespread technological transformation, then so too might defeat.
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