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Aelita

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Abstract

Russia’s exploration of the planets dates to summer of 1883 and the writings of a teacher in the town of Kaluga, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky. He was the first Russian to describe interplanetary journeys.

Keywords

Aerial Photography Interplanetary Space Scarlet Fever Space Travel Mount Wilson Observatory 
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