Konstantin Tsiolkovsky

(Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky)

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
  • Born: September 5, 1857
  • Died: September 19, 1935
  • Nationality: Russian
  • Profession: Scientist









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All the Universe is full of the life of perfect creatures Space Exploration
Man will not always stay on Earth; the pursuit of light and space will lead him to penetrate the bounds of the atmosphere, timidly at first, but in the end to conquer the whole of solar space. Space Exploration
The blue distance, the mysterious Heavens, the example of birds and insects flying everywhere —are always beckoning Humanity to rise into the air. Space Exploration
The Exploration of Cosmic Space by Means of Reaction Devices Space Exploration
All the universe is full of the lives of perfect creatures.
Earth is the cradle of humanity, but one cannot remain in the cradle forever.
From the moment of using rocket devices, a great new era will begin in astronomy: the epoch of the more intensive study of the firmament.
I do not remember how it got into my head to make the first calculations related to rocket. It seems to me the first seeds were planted by famous fantaseour, J. Verne. Fame
Man must at all costs overcome the Earth's gravity and have, in reserve, the space at least of the Solar System.
Mankind will not forever remain on Earth but, in the pursuit of light and space, will first timidly emerge from the bounds of the atmosphere and then advance until he has conquered the whole of circumsolar space.
Men are weak now, and yet they transform the Earth's surface. In millions of years, their might will increase to the extent that they will change the surface of the Earth, its oceans, the atmosphere, and themselves.
My entire life consisted of musings, calculations, practical works, and trials. Many questions remain unanswered; many works are incomplete or unpublished. The most important things still lie ahead. Life
The Earth is the cradle of humanity, but mankind cannot stay in the cradle forever.