Career Questions tagged Space
Hi, my name is Henry. I'm interested in space exploration and space related manufacturing. I like rockets the most. #space #aerospace-engineering
I think I would like to be a software engineer one day in the aerospace industry, maybe writing programs for autopilot systems in spaceships. Should I major in Computer Science or Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering?
#aerospace #computerscience #aerospace-engineering #majors #college #engineering #mechanical-engineering #technology #space #software
I like and love and admire and am grateful that cops/and or police officers protect and serve the people specifically which who would be us #environmental-engineering #environmental-science #scientist #aviation-industry #environmental-services #mathematician #biomedical #cops/police officers...
I’m interested in learning about what A Day in the Life is like for an Astrophysicist. So far I have learned about the more hardware design aspect of it, but I would also like to know how it is for the ones that mainly focus on space itself
Currently, I am looking into possibly pursuing a science degree and work at a space agency. What kind of work do you do at a space agency like NASA?
#astronomy #space #science #JULY20 #career #astronomer #scientist #nasa #CSA
I am a rising senior and I have always been interested in space. I was wondering how does one enter the field of bioastronautics? What kind of degree should I be getting?
#space #astronomy #college #scientist #bioastronautics #research #JULY20
What are ways to increase your changes of being accepted to four year colleges, despite being from a low income area?
Another question I have is how can I stand out to colleges while being from a low income area that, to me, seems to limit my opportunities? I have had personal experiences losing great opportunities due to where I am from. #college #high-school #low-income-area #workforce #steam #stem #science...
Space exploration has always fascinated me, but space exploration, or at least chatter pertaining to space exploration, has dulled immeasurably in the past few years. Have we given up on manned space expeditions? #astronomy #space #nasa #physics #astrophysics
Hi. I am a computer engineer from India. I have always wanted to make a career in astronomy/space. I am aware there are basically two paths: The phd path through which I become an astronomer but working in academia doesn't attract me so much, I am also aware that there aren't many positions...
In a male dominated fields such as NASA, I want to be a leader in this area. I feel working in space exploration will help solve many of the problems on earth by discovery of new resources and providing greater world security. I want to be part of the future in exploring new world...
I have always dreamt of becoming an Astronaut and going into Space since I was a little kid. Though, I know that I could go my whole Life and not live to see the day when I am floating in a space station and spitting water orbs around. So, I want to pick a field that could easily be implemented...
I'm a 9th grader that is curious about space and am interested in any job relating to mission control. #nasa #missioncontrol #space #astronomy
If I am interested in having a career related to space and ideally NASA, what would be the best approach be as a undergraduate rising junior?
I am already pursuing a degree in the health sciences, and I am interested in pursuing another degree, particularly one related to space. I would like some advice on the best way to pursue this interest. #astronomy #space #academic-advisor #college-professor
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