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1 Venturing into Aerospace by Bryan Austin Keven Huang Erik Petrick

2 What is an aerospace engineer? An aerospace engineer is someone who creates machines, such as airplanes and spacecrafts, and supervises the manufacture of those products. An aerospace engineer is someone who creates machines, such as airplanes and spacecrafts, and supervises the manufacture of those products. Aerospace engineers develop new technologies for use in defense systems, aviation, and space exploration. Aerospace engineers develop new technologies for use in defense systems, aviation, and space exploration.

3 What activities do they perform? Aerospace engineers develop new technologies for use in aviation, space exploration, and defense systems. Aerospace engineers develop new technologies for use in aviation, space exploration, and defense systems. They test and write reports about their new technologies. They test and write reports about their new technologies. They oversee construction and the manufacturing of their technologies. They oversee construction and the manufacturing of their technologies.

4 What skills and talents do you need? Math skills Ability to complete detailed work Problem solving ability Communication skills Computer skills Creative thinking Ability to design and improve models Ability to properly and accurately conduct experiments

5 What kind of education do you need? High school courses you should take for this career include trigonometry, calculus, physics, chemistry, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, and propulsion dynamics. High school courses you should take for this career include trigonometry, calculus, physics, chemistry, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, and propulsion dynamics. The minimum education requirement is a Bachelors degree in aerospace engineering or a related subject. The minimum education requirement is a Bachelors degree in aerospace engineering or a related subject.

6 What kind of education do you need? To do research as an aerospace engineer, a Ph. D is desirable.

7 What are the benefits of the job? The earnings of a Aerospace Engineer can reach up to $105,060 and low of $50,000. The earnings of a Aerospace Engineer can reach up to $105,060 and low of $50,000. Employees start off with 13 days vacation then 20 days after 3 years of employment. Employees start off with 13 days vacation then 20 days after 3 years of employment. They are offered 240 hours of leave from calendar year. They are offered 240 hours of leave from calendar year.

8 Bibliography AEA American Engineering Association. 29 Apr AEA American Engineering Association. 29 Apr Aerospace Engineer. NASA Quest NASA. 29 Apr Aerospace Engineer. NASA Quest NASA. 29 Apr Aerospace Engineers. Career Grad.com Apr Aerospace Engineers. Career Grad.com Apr

9 Bibliography Dunbar, Brian. Image of the Day Gallery. NASA. Ed. Yvette Smith. 13 Feb Apr Dunbar, Brian. Image of the Day Gallery. NASA. Ed. Yvette Smith. 13 Feb Apr McCann, Mike. NASA Jobs. 6 Mar NASA. 29 Apr McCann, Mike. NASA Jobs. 6 Mar NASA. 29 Apr Marlowe, Jill. Interview. NASA. 5 Jan Apr Marlowe, Jill. Interview. NASA. 5 Jan Apr

10 Bibliography No Boundaries. No Boundaries NASA & USA Today Education. 29 Apr No Boundaries. No Boundaries NASA & USA Today Education. 29 Apr Science and Space. National Geographic Apr Science and Space. National Geographic Apr Walter, Muriel. Engine Manufacturers Association Apr Walter, Muriel. Engine Manufacturers Association Apr


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