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Children and adults love making creations – whether it is building sandcastles on the beach, or houses with cardboard boxes, or creating an Iron Man using Lego blocks. One teenager took up an interesting challenge – depicting the entire universe on a video game Minecraft. This was no frivolous pass-time. It involved making complex mathematical calculations and even sky-diving, to envisage how earth would look like, from space. 

To discuss this achievement, 10-year old Abhir Ghalke from Bunts Sangha's S.M. Shetty International School & Junior College, Mumbai joins us in this episode. He describes the myriad steps involved in building the solar system, galaxies and even black holes. Abhir, who is a bit of a space geek himself, has many trivia and jokes up his sleeve. Listen to the full episode to find out more.

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