Aerospace engineering

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NASA engineers, seen here in mission control during Apollo 13, worked diligently to protect the lives of the astronauts on the mission.

Aerospace engineering is a field of engineering that specializes in vehicles that move in fluids or in a vacuum. This usually means working with airplanes, satellites, rockets or spacecraft.[1]

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‘Blended wing’ craft prototype

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  1. Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering. Wiley & Sons. October 2010. ISBN 978-0-470-75440-5