Yevgeny Tolstikov

Yevgeny Tolstikov

Yevgeny Ivanovich Tolstikov ( _ru. Евгений Иванович Толстиков) [Толстиков_Евгений_Иванович] (1913 - December, 1987) was a Soviet polar explorer, awarded by the Hero of the Soviet Union title. He led the Third Soviet Antarctic Expedition and one of the first manned drifting ice station in the Arctic.

In 1979, he was made deputy chairman of the State Committee for Hydrometeorolgy and Environmental Control.

A minor planet 3357 Tolstikov discovered by Czech astronomer Antonín Mrkos in 1984 is named after him. [ [ Dictionary of Minor Planet Names - p.280] ]


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