40 children of Punjab will see Chandrayaan’s flight

Headed to Sriharikota from Chandigarh Airport for a 3 day tour.

Headed to Sriharikota from Chandigarh Airport for a 3 day tour.

Mohali (Be Honest/MK Shaina). 40 students from Punjab’s School of Eminence have been sent to the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. They will see Chandrayaan-3’s flight here. He was sent to Sriharikota from Shaheed Bhagat Singh International Airport in Mohali. Education Minister Harjot Singh Bains said the team is made up of students from 23 districts of Punjab. It stays there for 3 days. In addition, we will be aware of the space study that will be held in Sriharikota. It will also be a new experience for the students. 117 Schools of Eminence have been established by the Punjab government across the state. Research is conducted in a state-of-the-art manner. The launch will take place on July 14 at around 2:35 p.m. Mohali news

This is a three day trip for the kids. On this tour, he learns the nuances of the Space Center. He will meet the scientists here and learn how the space center works and how it can be used in studies. This will also be discussed. The School of Eminence scheme was started by the Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann. Under this scheme, 117 existing government schools in the state have been upgraded to ‘School of Eminence’. In these schools, special attention is also paid to the students of grades 9 to 12. Chandrayaan-3 is launched at a cost of Rs 615 crore. Earlier, Chandrayaan-2 was launched which was not successful.

This time it is launched again after technical improvement. Chandrayaan-2 had five engines while four powerful engines are built into it. After the failure of Chandrayaan-2, this time scientists made the impact legs stronger than Chandrayaan-2 and took more than one measure to cope with equipment failure. For this reason, the chance of failure of Chandrayaan-3 is very small.

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