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Aerospace is a term that refers to the Earth's atmosphere and the space beyond it.

It includes the study, design, development, construction, testing, operation, and maintenance of aircraft, spacecraft, and their related systems and technologies. Aerospace encompasses a wide range of activities and industries, including aviation (commercial and military), space exploration and satellite operations, and the manufacture and maintenance of aircraft and spacecraft. It also includes the study of the Earth's atmosphere and the scientific and technological applications of this knowledge.

Some examples of the various fields that fall under the umbrella of aerospace include

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