Indian Space Research Organisation, Department of Space
भारत सरकार / Government of India
Moon Exploration has been an exciting and challenging scientific missions in the history humanity. Different countries such as the United States, Russia, Europe, Japan, China, India and Israel, have launched their space missions for better understanding the Moon and its relationship to Earth. The first human landing on the Moon, on 20 July 1969 by the Apollo 11 mission of the Unites States. United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) has announced July 20 as an International Moon Day for increasing awareness among general public on Moon and its environment.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO has successfully completed two Moon Missions namely Chandrayaan-1 and Chandrayaan-2. The objectives of these missions are to understand the moon and its environment. The discovery of water Molecules in lunar surface by ISRO’s lunar mission has made remarkable history and open the opportunity for many future moon explorations .
About Space Quiz & Competition
ISRO Celebrates International Moon Day on July 20, 2022. As part of the celebration, an online Painting/Drawing and Quiz competition will be conducted for school students of Class 8th to 12th. The Registrations are invited to participate in the online event through URL:https://spacequiz.iirs.gov.in
The competitions are open during July 06, 2022 to July 19, 2022.
In online quiz competition, there will 30 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). The student scoring minimum 40% marks in quiz will be awarded with certificate from ISRO. Best 10 scorers will also get special appreciation.
For Painting/Drawing competition the students can submit their single page original Painting/Drawing in the above web portal.
The theme of Painting/Drawing competition is on "Moon".
Chandrayaan 2 Landing on Moon
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