La comedia es más necesaria que nunca, y afortunadamente sigue presente en la cartelera de Madrid con un montaje que relata una divertida historia de secretos, enredos y falsas apariencias. 'Burundanga', con nuestro representado Carlos Heredia, en el @teatrolara de la capital, de martes a domingo. 🎭
The Waterfront Park in San Diego (USA) along the San Diego Bay is a beautiful outdoor public gathering place to relax and play. The evening experience for visitors enhance AGENA pole mounted luminaires with athmospheric illumination. #hess#agena#hessgmbhlichtundform
Trailblazing mathematician and engineer Mary Golda Ross was born on this day in 1908. In 1942, she became one of the first women engineers and Native Americans employed by Lockheed Martin (then known as Lockheed Aircraft Corporation).
In fact, when Ross was recruited to join Skunk Works, Lockheed Martin's then-top-secret think tank, she was the only woman aside from the secretary!
During her tenure at Lockheed, she worked on fighter plane and missile design before eventually transitioning to projects focused on spaceflight.
Ross helped write NASA’s Planetary Flight Handbook, the agency’s comprehensive guide to space travel, and worked on preliminary concepts for flights to Mars and Venus, laying the groundwork for missions that haven’t yet come to fruition.
Her great-great grandfather, John Ross, was the longest-serving chief of the Cherokee Nation. During his tenure, he fought to preserve his nation from white settlers’ incursions—and later was forced to lead his people along the march that became known as the Trail of Tears.
In 2004, Ross was present to celebrate the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. Wearing ancestral dress, she walked in the procession of Native peoples that opened the museum, and left a bequest of more than $400,000 to the museum upon her death in 2008.