Indian Space Research Organisation-ISRO Trivia Quiz Test

Questions : 12 | Total Attempts: 501 | Recent Updated: 27-Dec-2019
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India's space program began on 21 November 1963 with the launch of the first rocket from Thumba near Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. It is interesting that the rocket was carried by bicycle to the launch pad and launched from a church. The whole story is something like this. The station had its first launch pad among coconut trees. A local Catholic Church was converted into the main office for scientists. Bishop's House was made a workshop. The living space of the cattle was made a laboratory where young scientists like Abdul Kalam Azad worked. The rocket was then cycled to the launch pad. A short time later a second rocket was launched. He was slightly heavier than the former. He was taken on a bullock cart. In August 1969, ISRO was founded by Dr. Vikram Sarabhai. Its purpose was to work in the field of space research. Let's test your knowledge about the Indian Space Research Organisation ISRO quiz test.

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1. ISRO's Mars mission was the cheapest mission till date, on which only about _________ crore rupees i.e. 12 rupees per km was spent.

A. 550 crore

B. 500 crore

C. 450 crore

D. 400 crore

2. About 390 crore rupees were spent on ISRO's first mission to the moon, Chandrayaan I, which was how much timeless than NASA spent on a similar mission?

A. 7-9 times less

B. 5-9 times less

C. 6-9 times less

D. 8-9 times less

3. The first mission of ISRO sent to the moon was Chandrayaan-l When was it launched?

A. 22 Oct 2008

B. 22 Oct 2009

C. 22 Oct 2010

D. 22 Oct 2011

4. How many satellite launches are achieved by ISRO at one time?

A. 113 satellite

B. 103 satellite

C. 104 satellite

D. 114 satellite

5. ISRO built India's first satellite, Aryabhata, which was launched by the _______________..

A. Soviet Union

B. United States

C. Israel

D. None of these

6. When was India's first satellite Aryabhatta launched?

A. 19 April 1969

B. 19 April 1970

C. 19 April 1974

D. 19 April 1975

7. Which satellite became the first satellite to be placed in orbit by an Indian-made launch vehicle?

A. Aryabhatt

B. IRNS

C. Rohini

D. Kapustin Yar

8. What do you mean by {ASLV} in Indian Launch Vehicle?

A. Advance Satellite Launch Vehicle

B. Amplified Satellite Launch Vehicle

C. Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle

D. All of the above

9. Which is known as ISRO's 'Bahubali' launch vehicle?

A. PSLV

B. GSLV

C. GSLV Mk.III

D. ASLV

10. On 8 September 2016, GSLV-F05 launched _______________, a weather satellite into a geostationary transfer orbit.

A. INSAT-1DR

B. INSAT-2DR

C. INSAT-3DR

D. INSAT-4DR

11. The GSLV-F05 flight was the first operational flight of GSLV carrying the...

A. Cryogenic Upper Stage

B. Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit

C. Both of the above

D. None of these

12. Which satellite known as the third eye of India launch by ISRO?

A. Cartosat-3

B. Aryabhatt

C. Rohini

D. INSAT-1DR


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