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1930 in and science technology involved some significant events, listed below.
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January 9 –
Jacob T. Schwartz (died 2009), American mathematician, and professor of computer science at the New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. January 13 –
Harold Furth (died 2002), Austrian-born expert in plasma physics and nuclear fusion. January 20 –
Buzz Aldrin, astronaut, lunar module pilot on Apollo 11. February 23 –
Goro Shimura, Japanese mathematician. February 28 –
Leon Cooper, American physicist and Nobel Prize winner. March 15 –
Martin Karplus, Austrian-born theoretical chemist and Nobel Prize winner. May 9 –
Susan Leeman, American neuroendocrinologist. May 11 –
Edsger W. Dijkstra (died 2002), Dutch computer scientist. June 2 –
Pete Conrad (died 1999), astronaut. June 22 –
Yuri Artyukhin (died 1998), cosmonaut. August 5 –
Neil Armstrong (died 2012), astronaut, first person to walk on the Moon. August 7 –
Joe Farman (died 2013), British geophysicist working for the British Antarctic Survey. October 10 –
Yves Chauvin (died 2015), Belgian-born chemist and Nobel Prize winner. October 17 – Dr.
Robert Atkins (died 2003), American nutritionist. November 14 –
Ed White (died in training accident 1967), astronaut.
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