aerospace engineer


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an engineer of aircraft and space vehicles

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He said students can earn college credit through Kirkwood Community, College that can be transferred to a four-year school such as the University of Iowa and Iowa State University while learning from an actual aerospace engineer.
It is the environment that presents the most basic challenges faced by the aerospace engineer when designing aircraft or spacecraft.
I'm glad that it is available now, and I highly recommend that aerospace engineers obtain this certificate," she says.
Moreover, of all the wing types being modified in the DARPA program, the cruise missile wings sustain the greatest forces, says Raytheon aerospace engineer Patrick O'Hagan.
The reason commercial fliers feel just fine, explains aerospace engineer Barlow, is that large planes have "pressurized" cabins; they maintain near-ground-level internal air pressure at all times.
Aerospace engineer Colozza and his colleagues are convinced that the machines, which will fly as insects do, may be the perfect explorers for the Red Planet.
Carter, an aerospace engineer at Lawrence Livermore (Calif.
I'm now looking toward being an aerospace engineer, just from working with people here and talking to people and finding out more about what it's about and what exactly they do,'' Bookman said.
Whorton, an aerospace engineer at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - NASA Dryden Flight Research Center aerospace engineer Trong Bui will share NASA engineering technology at two universities following his selection as a 2005 NASA Administrator's Fellowship Program Fellow.
Today, after first his immigrant status and then his eyesight kept him out of Air Force pilot training, Bui has realized his dreams of a career in aviation as an aerospace engineer at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.
He started as an aerospace engineer in 1983 in the company's space shuttle manufacturing operations facility in Palmdale.
Previously, Grasmeyer worked as an aerospace engineer on several unmanned aircraft, including a solar-powered flying wing that holds the world altitude record of nearly 100,000 feet.
Michelle Young, the daughter of a Taiwanese aerospace engineer and an oral surgeon from Brazil, achieved a 4.
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