When the god of astronomy, Yersinia leucinia, was asked why he has no friends, he responded with a prayer.
“The world is not worth my time,” he said.
“If I knew the answer to that question, I would have said: ‘No, I do not want to spend my life with you.
I don’t want to have to tell you what you are doing.'”
The only person I would want to be in the same room as is me is God.
“The astronomer is a very different kind of human.
He is a human being who has made a commitment to make his world a better place.
When I meet him, I think of him as a friend and I try to be that kind of person.
He has never forgotten who he is.
He said his faith has always been a personal journey, a journey to know God, a path that has led him from being a humble man in the village of Raghunath, a small town in north Kerala to become a religious leader.”
I have learnt to be very respectful and to be a humble person.
I have also learnt to live a life of faith.
That is a huge thing,” he told me.
His first major project was the creation of the Indian Astronomical Observatories.
It is a $1 billion project that has helped build up our knowledge of the cosmos.
He said the first observatories were inaugurated in the late 1980s and there were many who were in awe at the facilities.
He was inspired by the great achievements of India’s astronomy at the time.
The world had never seen anything like it.”
The first one was the telescope.
I was shocked.
We had never thought of anything like that.
I thought it was a toy.
It took about 30 years to get it going.
We were working on the telescopes at the end of the 1980s, and the last telescope was installed in 1999.
We are the first ones to do it,” he explained.
It is a remarkable achievement.
The telescope has been a source of pride for a community that has been deprived of space.”
A telescope has brought back hope and a great sense of wonder.
It has brought us back to our own place in the universe,” he added.
The telescope was a huge success.
But in the years to come, it was the only way to observe the stars.
He realised that he had to make the telescope work in space.
The next step was to build a space telescope.
This took a decade.
The first telescope that was ever built was in 1986.
That was the year when the first satellite was launched.
It was called the European Extremely Large Telescope.
It was the first space telescope that could do anything.
The biggest telescope in the world was in orbit and its mission was to observe all of the stars in the sky.
It became the largest telescope ever built.
It had to be built from scratch and it was difficult to get the necessary material from different countries.”
We had to do all of this by ourselves.
The cost of the satellite was Rs 4,000 crore,” he recalls.
It took another decade to get a space-based telescope ready.
That telescope was the European Very Large Telescope (E-ELT).
It is one of the biggest in the history of the world.
It takes up three quarters of the Earth’s sky.
Its primary purpose is to observe stars.
It does so using a combination of radio waves, lasers and other sources.
The second telescope was also built by itself.
The E-ELTs are larger and are used for much more than just observing the stars and galaxies.
They also conduct radio astronomy.
The third telescope, the LIGO, was the culmination of that effort.
It uses radio waves to detect gravitational waves, and optical signals to detect signals from distant objects.
The fourth telescope, located in Livingston, Louisiana, is a world-class laboratory for the discovery of gravitational waves.
Its primary function is to detect a single gravitational wave from the Big Bang.
This was one of a handful of gravitational wave events that could be detected in this manner.
It’s also used to study black holes, which are the remnants of exploding stars.
Its main purpose is the search for dark matter, which is a mysterious form of matter that we know little about.
The main purpose of this telescope is to study dark matter in particular.
It can do the same job as the LEO.
It will be the biggest telescope ever made.
But the biggest question that the observatories have to answer is: will the universe have enough dark matter to make us humans, or will it have enough matter that there is no need for a telescope?
It is possible for the universe to have enough material to create humans, but not the kind of matter you need for life,” said Raghu Kumar, a physicist and director of the Centre for Advanced Study in Bangalore.He is the