1 ( ANI ): The New York Times has responded to criticisms after it published an obituary about a famed female rocket scientist Yvonne Brill that also mentioned about her accomplishments as a wife and mother.
What does RS stand for?
RS stands for Rocket Scientist
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Byline: Mark Langdon Live football Sky Sports 1, 4pm "I DON'T think you need to be a rocket scientist to know there is a difference between the salaries at Manchester City and Bolton Wanderers," said Trotters boss Owen Coyle this week, writes Graham Woods.
Yuri Gagarin's first space flight was plagued with technical problems and his ship would never have left the ground if it had been subject to today's safety standards, a top rocket scientist said Friday.
Byline: J Griffin WITH regard to global warming, I am no rocket scientist, just a logical thinking 85-year-old.
About 150 rocket scientists from leading universities and small businesses throughout the nation gathered to share recent results from their AFOSR-funded research and to hear about related Air Force initiatives.
He details the rivalry between the two ingenious rocket scientists Sergei Pavlovich Korolev and Wernher von Braun, who paved the way for the intense space race between Russia and the United States.
While the full horror is not yet complete, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to predict the full impact of this particular vessel's landing: the Buena Vista Architectural Complex and Congress and Exhibition Centre--a building that (to quote official press information) will 'enhance and fluff up an area for all of Oviedo's citizens to have and enjoy'.
In May, 1,500 juniors and seniors from the Houston Independent School District explored the world of physics with NASA astronauts and rocket scientists.