To my fellow Astronauts: ‘I have arrived on this planet a few days ago. It is uncharted. There are no maps or other ways to know about this planet. I consider myself lucky to have arrived here first.
There are a lot of things I don’t know. I am not sure if there are any living things here. I find the air very clean. Pollution is an unknown word here.
Wait I spotted some pigeons flying. There must be humans and other animals too. I can see some people coming towards me, I sincerely wish they won’t kill me. Hang on one of them looks very friendly. I’d let you know what he told me, bye for now.
I am back ,read carefully if you want to survive on this new planet, I have located. The man mostly used sign language to tell me about it. I had a hard time understanding, I wish I paid attention to this language when I was still in school.
This is what I understood,anyone is welcome. No one is allowed to litter. The animals and birds should be left alone. There is plenty of vegetables and fruit to eat. They can explore it, but must not steal or try to fight to conquer their planet.
This is all I found out. Visitors here should leave their impression about it for future astronauts.
Goodbye, I hope my note will help you, good luck.’ Ranu