According to Dr Usama Hasan, an astronomer, in this age of iPods and atomic clocks, there is a greater need than ever for an older way of measuring time.
"Aluna is a project which tries to connect us back to the cosmic cycle, with nature.
I think that's very important especially in the very technological age we live in," said Hasan. (ANI)
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