Hi, Let me start with saying I am interested in physics/astrophysics but what fascinates me equally are the tools and machines used in fields I've listed. To clarify, I'm interested in space technology which led to the creation of instruments such as the James Webb Space Telescope (among many other telescopes and other such spacecrafts). My question to you guys is as follow: Is aerospace engineering the right field of study if one is interested in building OR researching space technologies (such telescopes, space probes etc). Is it possible to work with engineers while holding a degree (PhD) in physics/astrophyics? What are my options if I am EQUALLY fascinated by both fields: aero. engineering and astrophysics?