As we all know that Astronomy is said to be the mother of modern science and has been fascinating us for a long time from ancient era to modern day. As a young boy..I was inspired by my principal who gave some lectures explaining us some basic terms and then it was me and my laptop searching about things Day and Night..trying just to understand it’s complex branches. Quantum Mechanics, The General theory of relativity and further more. One Day suddenly I visited one blog giving brief information about Astronomy and then I decided to make one and I did. After all this things, I started to get information about technology required for better collection of information in sufficient way and realised the main importance of technology in the field of astronomy. You all can visit my blog which will definitely encourage you to visit it frequently and get to know more about the terms.



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