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Braun

(brown),
Christopher Heinrich, German surgeon, 1847-1911. See: Braun anastomosis.
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Von Braun developed a similar design, which later featured in the 1968 MGM film '2001 A Space Odyssey'.
If a victorious German empire instead emerged from WWII, von Braun might have been able to convince his Nazi overlords to devote exorbitant resources to fulfilling his childhood dream of space conquest.
As Von Braun would put it, in an update to the old saw, "Late to bed, early to rise, work like hell, and advertise.
The Nazi SS (the Schutzstaffel, the Nazi party's elite force) had other ideas, relocating von Braun and many of his team members to an area south of Munich.
Petersen's study begins with the pre-Nazi rocket associations, of which the young von Braun was an enthusiastic member.
Historian Michael Neufeld, chairman of the Space History Department at the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum, successfully navigates these interpretive currents and has produced what must be the definitive biography of von Braun.
Von Braun surrendered to American forces shortly before World War II ended, subsequently moving to the United States to assist scientific efforts there.
Sputnik Declassified traces the origins of the space race to the V-2 rocket Wernher von Braun designed to terrorize British civilians.
David Hardy has produced covers for the likes of Sir Patrick Moore, Carl Sagan, Werner von Braun and Isaac Asimov.
Another major impact on a country's development is a lack of food security, and even though it has not dramatically affected the GCC region it has played a big role during the past two years, said Dr Joachim von Braun, Director-General of the US International Food Policy Research Insitute.
This first event, a learning conference facilitating the exchange of best practices and ideas, will be held at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala.