The byline of this blog comes from Carl Sagan’s opening in his book, Cosmos:
The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. From it we have learned most of what we know. Recently, we have waded a little out to sea, enough to dampen our toes or, at most, wet our ankles. The water seems inviting. The ocean calls. Some part of our being knows this is from where we came. We long to return.Carl Sagan, Cosmos
I am a technical writer working in Pune.
- India in Space through 2019: From RISAT, ASAT and Chandrayaan 2 to big wins for Private Space, Firstpost, Dec 25, 2019 (edit: Kavya Narayanan)
- Despite the Great IRS Tech, India’s Remote-Sensing Programme Remains a Downer, The Wire, November 28, 2019 (edit: Vasudevan Mukunth)
- The GSLV Must pick up where the PSLV left off, The Wire, July 10, 2015 (edit: Vasudevan Mukunth)
- ISRO @ 40, CNN-IBN blog, August 14, 2009 (edit: Jaimon Joseph)
I am working on a Trilogy.