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Day in the Life of an Aerospace Engineer

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A Day in the Life of an MIT Aerospace Engineering Student Ep. 1

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In this video, I take you around to see what a day in the life of a college student, or ma Massachusetts Institute of Technology Aerospace Engineering student is like. I show you the engineering classes I am currently taking, my room, and what I generally do on a day to day basis. I show you how I do my work, where I do my work, and what I usually do to relax or unwind. I also give my general advice to anybody thinking about going to or applying to MIT, and talk about what it is really like to go to such a prestigious college.

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Day in the Life of an Aerospace Engineer

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Aerospace Engineering: Reality vs Expectations

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Day in The life of an Aerospace Engineering Student | SENIOR YEAR

I am finally a senior and I'm super excited! Some of you requested a Vlog about school, and here it is Hope you enjoy!!
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What is aerospace engineering & what do aerospace engineers do.?

there are multiple types of aerospace engineers.
there's aeronautical engineers which are the engineers at focus on designing aircraft things that fly in this atmosphere.
then there's aerospace or astronautical engineers that focus on spacecraft well aerospace engineering is almost a very specialized form of mechanical engineering where you're looking at the structures of a system the electronics of the system controls in the system at the whole system range of different

Some aerospace engineers that focus solely on aerodynamics how air flows over a surface their structural engineers that select what materials are using they determine, what the inside of the aircraft looks like. There's also aerospace engineers that specifically focus on propulsion system they designed the jet engines they designed.

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A Day in the Life of an MIT Aerospace Engineering Student Ep. 2

In this video, I take you around on a typical Thursday, to show you what an actual day in the life of an MIT student is. I talk about research opportunities (UROPs), taking time to go to the gym, and how I navigate the giant workload, classes, and problem sets. I am an Aerospace Engineering undergraduate student, and I am also minoring in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and Management. My humanities concentration is Economics. MIT is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which borders Boston.

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Why Aerospace Engineering at UT Austin?

In UT Aerospace Engineering we offer a wide variety of real-world, hands-on opportunities to our students beginning with the first day they set foot on campus. As an aerospace engineer you might design clean-burning jet engines, improved plasma displays, or super efficient wind turbines to harvest wind energy. Or you might develop the next generation of satellites that monitor the environment and enable global communication and navigation, or build autonomous aircraft to detect pipeline leaks. Watch this video to learn more from our students about their educational experience in UT Aerospace, where the sky is no longer the limit!

A Day In The Life Of A NASA Intern

This video reveals the extraordinary ordinary life of a NASA Johnson Space Center intern! There is never a dull day with so many opportunities for exploration. Take a journey with one of our star interns— and who knows—one day you might make this journey yourself!

The video tours you through NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston which begins at Rocket Park where the Saturn V rocket is housed. The Saturn V rocket is the tallest, heaviest and most powerful rocket ever flown. NASA used the colossal Saturn V rockets primarily during the Apollo program to send Americans to the moon. Next, you see NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory, the giant pool where astronauts train for spacewalks. Mockups of the International Space Station are underwater in the 40-foot-deep pool. Finally, you see the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility which contains life-size mockups of the International Space Station and Orion spacecraft as well as a variety of robotic and engineering projects.

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Day in The Life of an Aerospace Engineer (and Master's Student)

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I haven't been posting a lot recently because of my crazy schedule. But I am back with another video where I take you guys along with me on a day full of studying and work.

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How to succeed as an Aerospace Engineering Student // Advice from an engineer

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Classes are about to start and I thought this is the perfect time to address some of your questions on what is needed to succeed as an aerospace engineering student.
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A Day in the Life: UCLA PhD Student // Aerospace Engineering

Dylan Dickstein is a PhD student and aspiring astronaut at UCLA, studying Aerospace Engineering. Crimson Education is the world leader in global admissions consulting. Find out more, and apply for a free education assessment here:

Dylan aspires to be an astronaut, and he's pursuing that dream by getting his PhD in Aerospace Engineering at one of the best schools for it on the planet, studying Russian, getting his pilot's license, working at world-class companies like SpaceX, and writing a dissertation. Follow a day in Dylan's life, and take an exclusive look at UCLA's top-notch Engineering facilities, hear about UCLA's PhD program in Aerospace, watch where Dylan works and flies planes, and hear Dylan's advice for other students interested in the field!

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Firing a Rocket Engine! A Day in the Life of an MIT Aerospace Engineering Student Ep.4

In this video, I talk about how my friend and I conducted a static fire testing of his Liquid Oxygen and Kerosene rocket engine. We tested it at the Friends of Amateur Rocketry site in the Mojave Desert in Southern California. I give some insight into the entire AeroAstro program (Course 16) at MIT, talk about Unified Engineering, our flight competitions, as well as dealing with the stresses of college. I talk about how to stay in the proper mental state to navigate college as well. Please share this video if you liked it!

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Why I Chose MIT Over Harvard | A Day in the Life of an MIT Student Ep.5

In this video, I take you around on a Tuesday as I attend lectures, go to lunch, and play basketball. Along the way, I give insight as to why I chose MIT over colleges and universities like Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, and USC. I talk about what it is like being an Aerospace Engineering junior at MIT. I hope you enjoy this action-packed day and let me know what else you'd like to see in episode 6!

My classes were:
Real-Time Systems and Software 9:30AM - 11AM
Structural Mechanics 11AM - 12:30PM
Managerial Finance 1PM-2:30 PM
Entrepreneurial Founding and Teams 4PM-5:30PM
Venture Engineering 7PM-10PM

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Day in The Life of a Space Systems Engineer

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As many of you know, I was offered a full-time position as a space systems engineer after graduation. This video is about my first day of work :)

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🙅Why I Quit Aerospace Engineering [Is Aerospace Dying? 2017]

Kelvin used to work for a large aerospace company for 15 years, but he knew that it wasn't what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. He took the plunge and decided to quit. Find out why

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