Satellite Launch Vehicle and Jounney to PSLV
Q. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) was formed in the year
Which satellite is used specifically for managing the natural resources of the nation?
Q. The functioning of a satellite launch vehicle is based on Newton's second law.
Q. Satellite launch vehicels are used to place the satellites in their specific orbits.
Q. Satellite launch vehicles are made of either two or more stages.
Q. Match the figures with the corresponding satellite launch vehicles:
- Space shuttle
Q. Find the escape velocity on the surface of the moon, if the mass and radius of the moon are 7.34×1022kg and 1.74×106m respectively.
Q. What is India's Mars orbiter mission launched in 2013?
Q. The orbital period of a geostationary satellite is approximately
- 8 hours
- 12 hours
- 2 days
- 1 day
Q. Which of the following is not necessary for keeping a satellite in its orbit ?
- Centripetal force
- Frictional force
- Gravitational force of Earth
- Tangential speed