Raman Science Centre (RSC) has arranged an exhibition for school students teaching them about our moon and the Chandrayaan 2 mission. The first Chandrayaan mission was launched on October 22, 2008, and similarly, the date was chosen for the second launch of Chandryaan, July 22. India’s second lunar mission, developed by Indian Space Research Organization ISRO was explained during the informative lecture arranged by RSC.
School Students from class fifth to tenth were present for the lecture at which the patterns of Chandrayaan 2 were discussed. The students were told how the mission took place and how the rocket will be launched in space. Following the discussion, the students were told the elliptical orbiting patterns of the rocket Chandrayaan 2, which will be remotely controlled through the space center.
The students were also shown the replica of Launcher, Lander, Rover, and Modular of Chandrayaan 2. During which the experts also told the landing patterns on moon, the days that it will spend on moon and the reason to carry out the mission.
During this lecture, the concept of Science on Wheels was also discussed. The concept is an educational tour bus that will be visiting several rural areas in Maharashtra and teaching the underprivileged students the importance of science.
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