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Identify Kerim kerimov and his works ?

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Asked by azam khan, 16 Nov '11 01:56 pm
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Professor Kerimov is one of the prominent geoscientists. During 45 years of his long professional career he had been involved in studies concerning buried geologic settings of petroleum provinces in Azerbaijan and several fundamental developments in the field of petroleum geology and geophysics. Along with in-depth theoretical studies professor Kerimov is being engaged in studies forwarded to meet industry's demand, as a resulted in a series of discoveries made through his commendations. Kerim Kerimov is quite fruitful in his endeavors focused on geodynamic conditions in Azerbaijan and throughout the whole Caucasus region. Professor Kerimov has authorized over 550 scientific papers, several books and inventories around his career. Some of which were published in many countries over the world including Russia, the USA, the United Kingdom, Japan, Turkey, Iran, etc. Currently his disciples and followers are engaged in the domestic petroleum industry, in CIS countries and far beyond. Prof ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 16 Nov '11 01:58 pm

 
  
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Kerimov was born on November 17 1917 at Baku, Azerbaijan, and entered the Soviet space programme as a young artillery officer. As the war ended in 1945, the British, Americans and Russians sent competing missions into Germany to obtain technical details of Wernher von Braun's V2 rockets. The Americans got the lion's share when von Braun surrendered to them, but Kerimov and Sergei Korolov, Russia's chief scientist, gathered enough material in Germany to reconstruct the rockets.

Two years later they started launching them from Kapustin Yar, the first Soviet rocket development centre; soon they were launching dogs and other animals on sounding rockets, as the first steps towards manned space flight.

But as an artillery man, Kerimov's first priority was military missiles, and he moved from head of the Strategic Missile Forces to become the first commander of the new Central Directorate for Space Assets. Although he and Korolov apparently got on well together, this was regarded as a s ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 20 Nov '11 11:47 pm

 
  
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