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Aerospace and Interstellar Engineering

Aerospace and Interstellar Engineering encompass the exploration and application of engineering principles in the realms of aviation and space, reaching from our atmosphere to the distant cosmos.

Aerospace engineering involves designing and developing aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, and missiles, with a focus on aerodynamics, propulsion, and materials. It plays a pivotal role in advancing aviation technology and space exploration. On the other hand, Interstellar Engineering delves into the challenges and possibilities of space travel beyond our solar system.

While still largely theoretical, interstellar engineering explores concepts like advanced propulsion systems, space habitats, and technologies that could potentially enable human exploration and settlement in other star systems. Both disciplines push the boundaries of human exploration, from the skies above Earth to the vast reaches of interstellar space.
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