Albert Einstein

SurnameEinstein
Given NameAlbert
Born14 Mar 1879
Died18 Apr 1955
CountryGermany, United States
CategoryScience-Engineering
GenderMale

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4 Jan 1944 Physicist Albert Einstein sent a two-page letter to the United States Navy’s Bureau of Ordnance describing the exponentially increasing forces created a torpedo strikes a target at a right angle versus more oblique approaches.

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Letter from Albert Einstein to the United States Navy’s Bureau of Ordnance describing the forces experienced by a torpedo’s firing pin mechanism upon impact with a solid object, 4 Jan 1944, page 1 of 2.Letter from Albert Einstein to the United States Navy’s Bureau of Ordnance describing the forces experienced by a torpedo’s firing pin mechanism upon impact with a solid object, 4 Jan 1944, page 2 of 2.Albert Einstein and Robert Oppenheimer, circa 1947-1950




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