Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

The Weekly Photo Challenge is on and I took the obvious of my small selection of favourite images.

One of the fathers of Rocketry and Astronautics, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, gazes up, beyond the clouds, beyond the solar system.

One of the fathers of Rocketry and Astronautics, Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, gazes up, beyond the clouds, beyond the solar system.

The statue of Tsiolkovsky is located near the entrance to the ‘Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium‘, at Mt Coot-tha, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. For more information regarding the man, or the location, check out the links below.

The Google entry.

The NASA page detailing Tsiolkovsky’ life

The Planetarium also has a Facebook Page.

(Oh, and please ignore the dirty lens marks in this image…my bad…and the living in the tropics in an open house…and I am hard on my gear…and I have no excuse. I should have touched this image up a bit before posting it.

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