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You don't have to be a rocket scientist to be an international striker-turnedmanager-turned-Sky pundit, but with a degree in aeronautical engineering from the University of Herts, Iain Dowie fits the bill nicely.
A spokeswoman for the school said: ``It is not every day that you get to meet a rocket scientist from Nasa.
He added: ``I'd like to be a rocket scientist as a career.
Five of America's most experienced rocket scientists will brief reporters in advance of the next missile defense test set for this Saturday, July 14.
Dozens of high school students Monday spent a day in the life of the San Fernando Valley's aerospace industry, getting career tips from flying paramedics, jet mechanics and rocket scientists as part of a national job- shadowing program.
It's apparent that many F-1000's have been waiting for an SOA deployment solution that does not require an army of rocket scientists to install and maintain.
American soldiers captured German rocket scientists who sneaked through their own army's lines to surrender.
The new facility will sport an array of innovative technologies that would amaze the rocket scientists of the Sputnik era.
That's the slogan hip NASA engineers used Monday to stir the interest of would-be rocket scientists from area schools in next month's mission to Mars.
Founded by a team of accomplished entrepreneurs and former NASA rocket scientists, Mobular Technologies has invented and successfully deployed the first technology to create and mobilize high-value databases from any source to any destination.
A team of Los Angeles-area volunteer aerospace engineers, rocket scientists and others in the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics have been working on the replica since the 1970s, after the first full-sized replica was destroyed in a fire.
The common denominator for this problem has been that every solution put forward has been designed for rocket scientists and requires a massive investment in consultancy.