Development of Missile technology

Name the women scientist who played the essential role in the development of Missile technology of India and is nick named as the ‘Missile Woman’?

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The women scientist who played the essential role in the development of Missile technology of India and is nick named as the ‘Missile Woman’ is Tessy Thomas.

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