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Sushant Singh Rajput’s name has become synonymous with science & technology, esp. vis-a-vis space exploration. One look at his social media activity gives us a sneak peek into his curious mind and the many nuanced perspectives it holds on outer space. Interestingly, these academic conversations on his public profiles are rarely one-sided. Sushant loves to respond to the geeks who can match him on a wide range of topics ranging from science, technology, space exploration, mindfulness, to continental philosophy.
It’s no secret that Sushant is going to star in India’s first ever space film. In fact, people with any knowledge of the industry would know how passionately and resiliently he has trained for this role. To help bring honesty and authenticity to his character in Chanda Mama, Sushant attended a gruelling training camp at NASA involving neutral buoyancy, spacewalk drills, moon walks, and zero gravity. While it was a great experience to satiate some of the curiosities that have bugged him since he was a kid, it doesn’t end there. Sushant owns the one of the world’s most advanced civilian telescopes— the Meade 14” LX600—through which he attains a closer connection with the stars and enjoys exploring the universe in a way that the naked eye cannot.
Now we understand why he has decided to enable another 100 kids this year to visit the US Space & Rocket Centre.
Furthermore, to add the icing on the cake, Sushant has decreased his proximity to the celestial object of his fascination by buying a piece of it. Yes! Just like Neil Armstrong made his mark on the moon by walking on the “Sea of Tranquility”, Sushant has just bought land on the far side of the moon, in a region called the the Mare Muscoviense, or the “Sea of Muscovy”. Read more