STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ] photo n°1 : STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ] photo n°2 : STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ] photo n°3 : STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ] photo n°4 : STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ]


STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ]

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STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ]

1 set of stapled pages, Planetary and Space Science, Pergamon, 2001, pp. 511-522. With a handwritten card.

Commentaire : Nice copy for this off-print with a handwritten accompanying cardboard sent to Dr. Jacques Lacroix. J.-L. Steinberg was a founding father of radioastronmy in France. His friend, J. Lacroix, had prepared a Ph.D (Univ. of Paris) under his leadership, in the early 60s. They worked together on experiences in the field of radioastronomy that were performed in the year 1964-1966 with 'Rubis' rockets. These rockets, which were the fist 100% French expandable launch system, were launched from French-owned Hammaguir launch site, in Western Sahara. In the accompanying card, J.-L. Steinberg briefly explained that this publication was a summary of his career as a scientist. This text is an impressive and very interesting overview on his own life, by a man who was a survivor of nazis camps (most of his family was murdered in Auschwitz or on the way to Dora).


I.E.E.E. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 61 Nr 9 : Special issue on radio and radar astronomy (September 1973) BIROLINI, Alessandro Reliability Engineering , Theory and Practice [ Copy signed by the author ]
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STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ] STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ] Photo n°2 : STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ] Photo n°3 : STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ]STEINBERG, Jean-Louis [ 1922-2016 ] The scientific career of a team leader ( Planetary and Space Science 49 (2011) 511-522 ) [ with handwritten card sent to a friend and former collaborater ]
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