Discovery of Kamchatka Fedot Popov, satellite Dezhneva, as mentioned above, the "sea smashed missing." Dezhneva storm has thrown "over the Anadyr River." Popov is the same storm brought it a step further, to the shores of the hitherto unknown Kamchatka. Here he spent at least one winter. Then "Fedotov servitor Gerasimos died of scurvy, and other comrades are beaten, and were slim and people fled in boats with the sole soul, I do not know where de ..." message leads Dezhnev in 1654. But the discovery of Kamchatka, as well as the opening of the "Big Stone Nose" was forgotten. And only at the very end of the XVII century Cossack Pentecostal Vladimir Atlas makes rediscovery land Kamchatka, in his "Skaskiv" detail, accurately and aptly describing the geography of Kamchatka and its inhabitants.