anonymous
  • anonymous
how has aerospace engineering changed since 1783 @GoldPhenoix? Hey man it's me Devaughn Manning.
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anonymous
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I would say that in 1783 there wasn't a science called 'aerospace engineering', but only some knowledgeable 'amateurs' who tried to understand the principles of space traveling. Only in the last century we've seen a development of a true scientific domain aimed at aerospace engineering, including theories, experiments, prove of principle etc.

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