But this is a good point.

Be careful of figures of speech when you’re writing technical material.

Here’s the quote:

Astronomer Vera Rubin’s extraordinary achievements fill a new biography by astronomers Jacqueline Mitton and Simon Mitton. 

https://www.nature.com/news

Her achievements fill the book? How about descriptions of her achievements? I’m pretty sure the book doesn’t contain pages of calculations and telescopes. Full disclosure: that’s taken from Nature Briefing, which references the article itself, which is at https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-00734-4 and the article gets it right (emphasis mine):

A new biography, Vera Rubin: A Life, documents her many accomplishments. The authors, astronomers Jacqueline Mitton and Simon Mitton, tell of how Rubin was born into an immigrant family in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania… 

Here’s Vera. Oops, I mean a picture of Vera. The article has more photos, and it’s interesting, too.

Vera C. Rubin | Earth & Planets Laboratory
(Image search for Vera Rubin)

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