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Carl A. Rouse
I can't believe I graduated!
Carl A. Rouse was born in the year of 1926 in Youngstown, Ohio. Carl A. Rouse had earned his doctorate in particle physics at Cal Tech in 1956, which later was used to make his discovery. He was not one to pay attention in his classroom, though he was very intelligent. Unfortunately, he passed away on February 25, 2014 at the age of 87. He passed away in his home in Princeton, New Jersey
Carl A. Rouse earned his doctorate in particle physics at Cal Tech in 1956. He was one of the first African-American astronomers in the United States after the Civil Rights Movement. He took many risks in science, to make a statement that African-Americans are equal with white men. Carl A. Rouse devised a new method to measure the presence of helium in the sun's atmosphere.
Carl A. Rouse had made many risks in his career. He dealt with extremely hot gases that are parts of the sun and stars. He wanted to make a statement. That statement he was trying to make was that African-Americans could do just as good, or maybe even better, as whites. He was a follower of the Civil Rights movement, taking Martin Luther King Jr.'s peaceful approach instead of Malcolm X's violence approach.
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