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Choose from 8 pictures in our Tsiolkovsky collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


View of the large crater Tsiolkovsky on the lunar surface
View of the large crater Tsiolkovsky on the lunar surface
Stocktrek Images

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Lunar far side crater Tsiolkovsky
Lunar far side crater Tsiolkovsky
Science Photo Library

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Crater Tsiolkovsky
Crater Tsiolkovsky
Space Images

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Ke Tsiolkovsky/Gilzin
Ke Tsiolkovsky/Gilzin
Mary Evans Prints Online

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Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
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Lunar crater, Apollo 15 photograph
Lunar crater, Apollo 15 photograph
Science Photo Library

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Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Russian physicist
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Russian physicist
Science Photo Library

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Konstantin tsiolkovsky, pioneer scientist in the field of rockets and space travel (cosmonautics)
Konstantin tsiolkovsky, pioneer scientist in the field of rockets and space travel (cosmonautics)
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Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Russian physicist Featured Image

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Russian physicist

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Russian physicist, born Izhevsk, Ryazan, September 17 1857, died Moscow, September 19, 1935. Handicapped by deafness & the inadequacies of education in Tsarist Russia, Tsiolkovsky was self-educated in chemistry and physics. In 1881 he worked out the kinetic theory of gases, unaware that Maxwell had done so a decade earlier. 1895 saw the beginnings of his interest in space flight. His reputation as a pioneer of space travel rests on a series of magazine articles in 1903 on the theory of rocketry, anticipating some of the devices that Goddard was to develop. His visions included space suits, satellites and space stations

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