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  • Tu Shou'e or Shou-ngo Tu (Chinese: 屠守锷; 1917–2012) was a Chinese rocket scientist and specialist in structural mechanics. Tu is famous as the chief designer of the Long March 2 rocket and China's intercontinental ballistic missile. Together with Liang Shoupan, Huang Weilu and Ren Xinmin, Tu is considered one of the "Four Elders of China's Aerospace". He was granted the Two Bombs, One Satellite Merit Medal in 1999. Tu was elected a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1991. (en)
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  • Tu Shou'e or Shou-ngo Tu (Chinese: 屠守锷; 1917–2012) was a Chinese rocket scientist and specialist in structural mechanics. Tu is famous as the chief designer of the Long March 2 rocket and China's intercontinental ballistic missile. Together with Liang Shoupan, Huang Weilu and Ren Xinmin, Tu is considered one of the "Four Elders of China's Aerospace". He was granted the Two Bombs, One Satellite Merit Medal in 1999. Tu was elected a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1991. (en)
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  • Tu Shou'e (en)
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