Hello all, This fall, I will be entering my freshman year at the University of Michigan, where I intend to study aerospace engineering. It has always been my dream to work in the space industry, and as such I've been considering the possibility of expanding into astrophysics to satisfy my interest in the theoretical side of physics. I've been thinking of ways to do this, either through a double major, a minor, or trying to be admitted to graduate school in astrophysics with a theory-intensive undergraduate course load. Regardless of the way I do it, by the time I'm done with college, I'd like to be an aerospace engineer with the ability to think like or even work as an astrophysicist, which I understand will require at least a Ph.D. I'm a bit overwhelmed with my options here, so I'd appreciate any advice you all may have regarding the best course to get to my goal, or if you think that I'd be wasting my time by pursuing this, I'd appreciate hearing that as well.