Tsiolkovskiy (crater) is a 180 km lunar impact crater that is located on the far side of the Moon. Named for Russian scientist Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, it lies in the southern hemisphere, to the west of the large crater Gagarin, and northwest of Milne. Just to the south is Waterman, with Neujmin to the south-southwest. The crater protrudes into the neighbouring Fermi, an older crater of comparable size that does not have a lava-flooded floor. Thanks to Wikipedia, to whom GGA contributes every year. Because they beat the heck out of pulling encyclopedias off the shelves. Silent page, because no sound in space storytelling dodge! I needed a break from lettering my own dialogue. We wanted to give a sense of scale, and show the makeshift nature of the crash site that the Cosmonaut has repurposed as a lunar base. Hopefully the tractor beam and such lend some scale, as you have an idea of the size of the Will Rogers. Press that ‘Vote for me, dammit’ button. And tell your friends about us 🙂 New vote incentive up at Top Web Comics- it looks like it doesn’t load but scroll down to see the whole thing.