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HUB-AEROSPACE | HubBucket Aerospace Division
HUB-AEROSPACE | HubBucket Aerospace Division
HUB-AEROSPACE | HubBucket Aerospace Division

HubBucket Aerospace ("HUB-AEROSPACE") is a division of HubBucket Inc. ("HubBucket").

What is Aerospace Engineering?

Aerospace Engineering is the primary field of engineering concerned with the design, development, testing, and production of aircraft, spacecraft, and related systems and equipment. The field has traditionally focused on problems related to atmospheric and space flight, with two major and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering.

Aeronautical Engineering focuses on the theory, technology, and practice of flight within the earth’s atmosphere. Astronautical Engineering focuses on the science and technology of spacecraft and launch vehicles.

What does Aerospace Engineers do?

Aerospace Engineers develop leading-edge technologies and integrate them into aerospace vehicle systems used for transportation, communications, exploration, and defense applications. This involves the design and manufacturing of aircraft, spacecraft, propulsion systems, satellites, and missiles, as well as the design and testing of aircraft and aerospace products, components, and subassemblies.

What does Aeronautical Engineers do?

“Aeronautical Engineers develop, research, manufacture and test proven and new technology in military or civilian aviation,” Guo said. “Common work areas include aircraft design and development, manufacturing and flight experimentation, jet engine production and experimentation, and drone (unmanned aerial system) development.”

According to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), as the industry evolves, so does the need for coding. With advanced system software playing a major role in aircraft communication and data collection, a background in computer programming is an increasingly valuable skill for Aeronautical Engineers. BLS also cites several specialized career tracks within the field — including structural design, navigation, propulsion, instrumentation, communication and robotic