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Exploring the Frontiers of Space Technology

Hello and welcome! I’m Valentin Schmidt, an Aerospace Engineering student at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with a passion for advancing space technologies. This website serves as a hub for sharing my journey, discoveries, and the fascinating world of aerospace engineering.

My Journey: From High School Projects to University Endeavors
My adventure in this field began early and had its first liftoff in high school, where I designed and at the end tested an experimental hybrid rocket engine at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). This project was not only a cornerstone of my learning but also a stepping stone into more complex endeavors. Now, as a university student, I continue to explore the realms of space technology, scripting and developing innovative solutions that I’m excited to share with you.

What to Expect Here

  • Innovative Projects: Dive into detailed accounts of my personal projects, including the hybrid rocket engine and ongoing university ventures.
  • Educational Resources: Find scripts, tutorials, and resources I’ve developed, aimed at simplifying complex aerospace concepts.
  • Micro Research: Simplifying and Synthesizing Space Science

  • A Note on Content and Intellectual Property

While I endeavor to present original content, certain materials and references are sourced from esteemed external sources to enhance the educational value of this site. Rest assured, all such content is duly credited, and rights are acknowledged as belonging to their respective owners. This website is a platform for learning and inspiration, operating within the bounds of intellectual respect and legal compliance.

Join Me in This Celestial Journey
Whether you’re a student, professional, or enthusiast in the world of space technology, I invite you to explore, learn, and engage. Let’s embark on this celestial journey together, pushing the boundaries of human knowledge and capability in aerospace engineering.

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