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항공우주 및 항공

항공우주란 무엇입니까?

항공우주(Aerospace)라는 단어는 본질적으로 항공학(Aeronautics)과 우주비행(Spaceflight)이라는 두 단어의 조합입니다. 따라서 항공우주는 항공기 또는 우주선의 설계, 제조 및 유지 관리를 다루며 지구 대기권 외부는 물론 대기권 내부의 비행 과학으로 생각할 수 있습니다. 항공우주(Aerospace)는 지구의 대기권과 우주 공간을 비행하는 공학이자 과학입니다. 지구 대기와 그 너머의 우주를 구성하는 공간입니다.

항공이란 무엇입니까?

반면에 항공은 항공기를 조종하거나 비행기를 조종하는 것을 의미합니다. 그것은 지구 대기 내에서 항공기와 관련된 모든 것입니다. 항공은 항공기 운영 및 유지보수, 상업용 또는 군용 항공기 설계, 항공 교통 관리에 중점을 두고 있습니다. 항공우주는 민간 항공 및 군용 항공에 사용되는 항공기 및 부품을 포함하는 첨단 기술 산업입니다.

Air Battle

Facilitator Colonel Michael Masuda (USAF)

An aerospace and aviation workshop are a place where people can learn about the design, construction, and maintenance of aircraft and spacecraft. Workshops can cover a wide range of topics, from basic aerodynamics to advanced propulsion systems and materials science. They can be geared towards students, hobbyists, or professionals in the aerospace industry.


What is aerospace?

The word aerospace is essentially a combination of two words: aeronautics and spaceflight. Therefore, aerospace deals with the design, manufacturing, and maintenance of aircrafts or spacecrafts and can be thought of as the science of flight within Earth’s atmosphere as well as outside it.

The aerospace industry is a high-tech sector that deals with the research, design, manufacture, and maintenance of both aircraft and also spacecraft. There are also a broad range of services that can be thought of as part of the aerospace industry, and those are aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul as well as satellite services within the space sector. As one of the global economy’s largest and most important industries, it is broken up into smaller sectors, which deal with military aircraft, commercial airliners, space, missiles, and aviation.


Aviation is also a very important industry to the global economy and, as we established above, generally deals with the design, manufacture, operation and repair of aircraft used to fly within Earth’s atmosphere. Aviation is divided into four smaller sectors, namely airports, airlines, the aircraft industry, and aviation institutions.


Format: In-Person

90 Minutes

August 11, 2021

1p - 230p


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