The Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), an educational unit under the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) presents a unique opportunity to acquire knowledge about lunar science with its “Exploring Earth’s Moon through Chandrayaan” course. This immersive course offers a comprehensive overview of India’s Lunar Exploration Program.
The course is sponsored by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and offers participants a glimpse of India’s Chandrayaan missions and their profound contributions to our understanding of the Moon. This ISRO’s course on Chandrayaan is scheduled from 19 February 2024 to 24 February 2024.
What does the curriculum of the ISRO course on Chandrayaan cover?
This course offers a brief overview of India’s Lunar missions and their findings. The curriculum covers topics that include
- The Scientific Context of Lunar Exploration and Chandrayaan
- Lunar Science from Chandrayaan-1
- Lunar Science from Chandrayaan-2
- The Chandrayaan-3 mission: Context and Achievements
- Data Repository for Indian Lunar Missions
The course will be delivered through lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on sessions. The attendees will have a chance to acquire a nuanced understanding of lunar science and its implications for Earth’s evolution.
What is the registration process for the ISRO course on Chandrayaan?
The registration is open to students in final year undergraduate or postgraduate courses. Participants should be a citizen of India. The course is free for participants and they can register themselves individually or through designated nodal centers.
Upon course completion, attendees will receive a ‘Course Participation Certificate’ which will acknowledge their engagement with the course.
The “Exploring Earth’s Moon through Chandrayaan” course stands as a testament to IIRS’s commitment to excellence in education and exploration. As participants embark on the journey of knowledge, they will have a chance to delve into the scientific context of lunar exploration. Through lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on sessions, attendees will navigate the vast repository of lunar data, and unlock opportunities for research, analysis, and discovery.