What Do Aerospace Systems Engineers Do?
Aerospace systems engineers work primarily in two areas of employment: astronautical, which deals with spacecraft, rocket propulsion systems, and other space-related matters; and aeronautical, or terrestrial aircraft, ranging from small airplanes to large jets, fighter planes, missile guidance systems, and other Earth-bound flight operations. Much of the same training and education is required for both, as is additional education dedicated to the area in which they specialize.
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- Develop, implement, and evaluate aerospace system testing, including scripts, specifications, and procedures.
- Assist in preparing test schedules and defining tasks.
- Prepare and present reports on system test results, assisting developers with system design.
- Collect and analyze test data and customer requests to assess system operations.