The highly awaited ‘Chandrayaan-3’ lunar landing would be televised live in all state-run institutions across the state, according to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Schools will open their doors for a dedicated one-hour watching session in the evening to ensure pupils do not miss this historic event.
In accordance with directives from the State government’s education ministry, the Uttar Pradesh administration has detailed that on August 23 at 5:27 pm, the live telecast of the Chandrayaan-3 moon landing process will be available on the ISRO website, YouTube channel, and DD National. To facilitate this unique learning opportunity, special arrangements have been made for schools and educational institutions to host focused gatherings from 5:15 to 6:15 pm.
The state’s dedication to education is shown in this action, which also intends to motivate young people by including them in India’s space achievements. The choice to give pupils firsthand information about this significant scientific development illustrates Uttar Pradesh’s commitment to encouraging creativity and curiosity among its youth.
“Chandrayaan-3 has captured the enthusiasm and prayers of people across the nation. “Our collective hopes are vested in its successful landing, and when it occurs, it will undoubtedly be a moment of immense pride for our country,” said Mohsin Raza of the BJP.
India is on the verge of making history, with ISRO’s ambitious Chandrayaan-3 mission ready to write a new chapter.
The Lander Module (LM) of this lunar expedition is primed to gracefully descend onto the moon’s surface on Wednesday evening, marking a remarkable achievement for India as only the fourth nation to achieve this feat. Adding to the significance, Chandrayaan-3 will be the first to conquer the uncharted south pole of Earth’s natural satellite.
Comprising the steadfast duo of the lander (Vikram) and the rover (Pragyan), this LM endeavor is meticulously scheduled for a touchdown near the moon’s south polar region precisely at 6:04 pm on Wednesday.