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Space Related Jobs

1) Computer Engineering: This career involves the evaluation of ground data systems and software systems for use in flight. Computer engineers analyze, design, and evaluate the hardware and software of computer systems. They often find themselves focusing on problems or challenges that often result in new "state of the art" products.
2) Meteorology: This career involves people who study the atmosphere. They examine its effects on the environment which include predicting the weather or investigating climate trends. Meteorologists observe things that happen out in space and why certain things occur.
3) Geology: In this career, Geologists work to understand the history of our planet. Working in a variety of settings, Geologists study things like the Earth's processes and materials. These settings include: natural resource companies, environment consulting companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and universities.

4) Robotic Engineering: In this career, Robotic Engineers use computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) systems to perform their tasks. Robotic research engineers design robotic systems and research methods to manufacture them economically.

5) Physicists: These people design and perform experiments with lasers, cyclotrons, telescopes, mass spectrometers and other equipment. They also explore and identify basic principles governing the structure and behavior of matter and the interaction of matter and energy.

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White, Mary Gormandy. “Careers in Space Science”. Lovetoknow

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