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Aerospace Industries


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Business Listing   Aerospace Engineering & Support Inc - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 394-9565


Business Listing   Aerospace Engineering & Support Metal Finishing - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 621-6805


Business Listing   Barnes Aerospace - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 621-8960


Business Listing   Science Applications - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 399-1487


Business Listing   Select Engineering Services - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 399-1858


Business Listing   Total Quality Systems Inc - Ogden, UT - Phone: (801) 731-2150


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Helpful Definition for: Aerospace Industries

Aerospace industries in Ogden are relatively new in the industry arena. These industries are involved with the research work, designing and manufacturing of products which are related to the atmosphere as well as space. Aerospace industries find their need not only for commercial purposes but also for military and other industrial purpose. The importance of aerospace industries is growing manifold especially for commercial purpose as more and more people are relying on aircrafts as their mode of travel. A part of the country's national safety and security also lies in the hands of the aerospace industries.

Both public and private industries have cooperated to build up the aerospace industries in many countries. Some of the popular examples are NASA in the United States, The Canadian Space Agency in Canada, ISRO and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited in India, RKA in Russia and many more.

The aerospace industry has come a long way since its origin in 1903 when the Wright brothers invented the first powered flight. There has been a great transition of the aerospace industry starting from hot air balloons to military cargo airplanes to man-made satellites and the modern day aircrafts. In the coming years, the aerospace industries are surely to grow more and become more advantageous for the common man.

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