GK Question: Questions related to current affairs and general knowledge are asked in government recruitment examinations such as RRB, NTPC, SSC, UPSC, CETET, UPTET, SSC GD, Railway etc. Nowadays ISRO's mission 'Chandrayaan-3' is in headlines. In such a situation, it is almost certain that questions related to this will definitely be asked in the upcoming recruitment examinations. That's why we have brought for you some questions and their answers related to ISRO and its Chandrayaan mission.
Through the Chandrayaan-3 mission, ISRO will try to land on the south pole of the moon. Through this mission, chemicals and geographical information present on the surface of the moon will be collected. The origin of the earth will also be explored through this mission. Many information will be collected through the rover fitted in Chandrayaan-3.
In 2019, ISRO tried to land on the moon under the Chandrayaan-2 mission but the lander crashed at the last moment due to technical glitches. Chandrayaan-2 carried a lander, a rover and an orbiter with it. The same Chandrayaan-3 is lashed with a lander, a rover and a propulsion model. Instead of the small space of 500 meters by 500 meters, the landing spot in Chandrayaan-2 has been increased to a larger space of 4.3 km by 2.5 km in Chandrayaan-3. Due to this, now the lander will get more space for soft landing. This time the fuel capacity has also been increased so that if the lander finds it difficult to find a place for soft landing, then it can be easily moved to an alternate landing spot.
ISRO scientists have expressed hope that the lander and rover will work till one lunar day. One lunar day is equal to 14 Earth days. Talking about the same propulsion model, it can run smoothly for three to six months.
Chandrayaan-3 will be carried by LVM-3 rocket launcher. This rocket launcher is also called Bahubali rocket launcher. It has successfully completed all its missions so far. Chandrayaan-2 was also launched from this rocket.
A total of 6 payloads are engaged in Chandrayaan-3. Payloads means instruments that can probe on the moon. The lander is fitted with Rambha LP, Chaste and ILSA. At the same time, APXS and LIBS payloads are engaged in the rover.
This entire mission will be of 45 to 50 days. The ISRO chief has said that if the mission goes according to plan, an attempt will be made to land the lander and rover on the lunar surface on August 23-24. If there is a problem in landing due to some reason, then an attempt will be made to land again in the month of September.
If ISRO is able to successfully soft land on the south pole of the Moon, then India will become the first country in the world to do so. Earlier many countries had tried but till now success has not been achieved. Landing was attempted a total of 38 times but only four countries have been successful in landing on the flat surface of the moon. The success rate of landing on the moon is only 52 percent.
The 2019 Chandrayaan-2 mission was declared partially successful by ISRO. During landing it developed a technical fault which led to its crash landing. This time ISRO has made a lot of changes in Chandrayaan-3.
Full form of ISRO Indian Space Research Organization Indian Space Research Organization which was established on 15 August 1969 and its headquarters is in Bengaluru which comes in the state of Karnataka.
Q1. What is the first part of the vehicle going on a space mission called?
Answer – Propulsion Module
Q2. What is the total cost of Chandrayaan 3 mission?
Answer – 615 crores
Q3. What name has ISRO given to the lander and oval this time?
Answer – Pragyan
Q4. Who is the director of chandrayaan 3 mission
Answer – C Ritu Karidhal
Q5. Who was the chairman of ISRO at the time of Chandrayaan 2
Answer – K Siwan
Q6. who has the ministry of space
Answer – Narendra Modi
Q7. Chandrayaan 3 is India's mission to the moon
Answer – Third
Q8. What is the weight of Chandrayaan 3
Answer – 3900kg
Q9. what is the study of the moon called
Answer – Selenology
Q10. what is the duration of the mission
Answer – 1 Lunar
Q11. Which rocket launched Chandrayaan 3?
Answer – LVM3-M4
Q12. when was the first moon mission
Answer – 22 oct 2008
Q13. when was the second moon mission
Answer – 22 July 2019
Q14. When is the third moon mission
Answer – 14 July 2023
Q15. Chandrayaan 2 was launched by which rocket?
Answer – GSLV MK 3
Q16. when was isro established
Answer – 1969
Q17. Who is the present chairman of ISRO
Answer – S Somnath
Q18. Where is the headquarter of ISRO located?
Answer – Bangalore
Q19. Who is called the Moon Man of India?
Answer – K Sivan
Q20. Chandrayaan 3 is launched from where
Answer – Satish Dhawan Space Center Sri Harikota
Q21. On which part of the moon will Chandrayaan 3 be landed
Answer – On the southern side of the moon
Q22. Which is the main rocket engine used for Chandrayaan 3?
Answer – C25 cryogenic engine
Q23. How many days will it take for Chandrayaan 3 to reach the right place on the moon?
Answer – 42
Q24. Which country of the world will become the target of Chandrayaan 3 to reach the southern side of the moon?
Answer – First
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