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Deutsch: Harsh / Español: Severo / Português: Rigoroso / Français: Sévère / Italiano: Severo /

Harsh refers to environments or conditions that are difficult, extreme, or challenging in some way. Harsh environments or conditions can be physically or mechanically demanding, and they can present challenges for the operation and performance of aerospace systems and components.

Harsh environments and conditions can be found in a variety of aerospace applications, including spaceflight, high-altitude flight, and extreme temperature environments. For example, space is a particularly harsh environment, with extreme temperatures, vacuum conditions, and radiation exposure. Similarly, high-altitude flight can expose aerospace systems to extreme temperature variations, high wind speeds, and low air pressure.

To operate effectively in harsh environments and conditions, aerospace systems and components must be designed and tested to withstand the challenges of these environments. This may require the use of specialized materials, designs, and technologies that are able to withstand extreme conditions and perform reliably.

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