Aerospace Industry

Vocabulary

A. = Adjective   ADV. = Adverb   IDM. = Idiom   N. = Noun   V. = Verb
aerospace N. 1) the science and technology of flying in the air and in outer space 2) the area including earth's atmosphere and outer space
aerospace A. 1) related to the science and technology of flying in the air and in outer space 2) related to the area including earth's atmosphere and outer space
ambitious A. having a strong desire for success
controversy N. argument or debate about something
to coordinate V. to bring people together so they can work more efficiently or effectively 
to foster V. to encourage (something) to grow or develop
a liaison N. a person who works as a representative or connection between two or more companies, agencies, groups, countries, etc.
a mission N. the purpose for which a person or thing is sent; a special military or technical project
a probe N. a machine sent to explore or check an area
to probe V. to search or explore with a probe
a stepping-stone N. a way to get ahead, a way to advance
a venture N. a project or course of action which involves risk or danger

CULTURAL NOTE:
To find out more about current NASA projects, go to   CNN City in Space

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