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Making aerospace and space technology digestible.

Hi, I'm Adit!

I'm a UK-based aerospace engineer. I work at Prismatic, and have previously worked at Airbus, Network Rail, University of Lisbon, and at one point had a company in the space sector. Work has exposed me to engineering aircraft, UAVs, spacecraft, as well as wind turbines and rail infrastructure. New technologies fascinate me - especially those that involve flying.

I created TheAeroEngineer with the aim to make aerospace and space technology digestible.

You're probably wondering - '...digestible?'how?'

Hear me out.

Aerospace and space media publications do a phenomenal job of reporting technology news and analysis. But they seldom educate you, the reader, about the technology being reported. This is not a criticism - they're just not designed to educate.

When reading technology news or a magazine article, have you ever thought - "...that sounds ridiculous!", "how does this make sense?", or "they're just wasting money!" (sometimes they are)

If yes, then you've come to the right place!

I believe easy to digest content is very valuable because most of us are not experts at most things. Well explained 'how' and 'why' of technologies is just as important as the actual news. This is what I do with TheAeroEngineer.

If you are still reading, there is a good chance you believe this too.

So if you haven't read any of my content yet, give it a go. If you like it, consider joining the mailing list! I will occasionally email you with new posts or interesting tidbits and analyses about topics I am researching.

Thanks for taking the time to read this far!

Here's what I look like by the way (if you were wondering).


PS: I'm not an expert at everything, but I do research thoroughly. I present content in ways that gives you with a bigger picture view, and perhaps also a new perspective.

All views persented on this site are my own and not necessarily of my employer.

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