Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of aerospace in English
UK /ˈeə.rə.speɪs /
US /ˈer.oʊ.speɪs /
The branch of technology and industry concerned with both aviation and space flight.
The atmosphere and outer space considered as a whole
Type of (2)
Part of (2)
Producing or operating aircraft or spacecraft
"The aerospace industry"
The aerospace industry
An aerospace company
Jobs in aerospace and defence
Employment in the aerospace industry
The local aerospace company also suffered stinging nationwide publicity.
"The rocket that goes up next March will not only lift a payload, it will launch what I believe will ultimately be the most significant commercial space facility in the country, ... This launch will be a brilliant signal flare that will let the nation and the world know New Mexico's spaceport is open for business. We can now say with certainty that the dream of this spaceport launching a new era in New Mexico's aerospace industry will become reality."
"The U.S. is looking to India as more then just a marketplace for our defense products, but as a technology, aerospace and strategic partner for our future endeavors."
"We will step up support for the non-commodity export sector, working more closely with potential buyers of Russian goods. We do have something to offer in the IT sphere, the nuclear power industry, aircraft manufacturing, the aerospace industry and a number of other sectors"
"Several other aerospace and defense firms have announced plans to build facilities in north Mississippi in recent weeks. They join an impressive group of high-tech companies already doing business in our region."
"In the space business, space had gotten very much to be the aerospace industry. This is something that governments only do and it's where the Boeings and the Lockheed's and the Northrop's and so forth. And there's no way these small companies could do it."