ISRO AT APSG
SPACE ON WHEELS BY ISRO
Isro’s space exhibition cum special program triggered scientific temper in kids. The exhibition-cum-special programme on ‘Space and technology’ by the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), at Army Public School Golconda turned out a hit. All the students actively participated and gained first-hand information on Isro’s prowess and great passion to bring India on top in the field of space technology. The objective of the event was to kindle interest in space science, and to develop scientific curiosity among the students to make them the future scientists.
The mobile exhibition has scaled-down models of the first satellite launch vehicle to the latest GSLV MK-III. There are models of satellites with notes on their purpose. Replicas of Mars Orbiter mission, the proposed Gaganyaan (Mission to Space) and Mission to Moon are also on display. Mr. Srinivas Rao, the group director addressed the students and delivered his valuable message to the young and budding science students. He said it has become a major challenge to balance resources on earth and in outer space. He also added that the disaster management and other technology related to protect the planet earth have been doing their best to avert the natural disasters.
He reminded the students that space-based services are touching daily lives and on 14th of July , Isro has successfully launching Chandrayaan-3 on the south pole of the moon. Isro has become self-reliant in launching this satellite from its own launchers.
The senior scientist Mr. Srinivas Reddy has taken special sessions to the students and said there are no boundaries for science and technology. “Isro is among the top five space organisations globally and the credit is to the entire team which works round the clock for the development of the country.”
He inspired and motivated the students by developing questioning ability and a zeal for scientific curiosity to become researchers and scientists. “For a poet, night sky would feel wow, but for a scientist, it should look how,” he said, adding: “The student of today should learn to become a creative and innovative researcher. Therefore, everyone should participate in education with passion.”
The entire day gave a great learning experience for the students.
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