Schools are live streaming the gentle landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the moon for their pupils on Wednesday. The live broadcast starts at 5.20 p.m.
Schools have encouraged their older pupils to either watch the launch from home or attend the magnificent occasion. For senior pupils, the Cathedral and John Connon School in Fort will host a live showing.
According to administrator Sonal Parmar, elementary kids whose school day finishes at 2.30 p.m. have been urged to watch it at home. According to the principal, children would subsequently be encouraged to analyse and debate the gentle landing.
The lander will attempt to land on the moon’s surface from a height of 30 kilometres, with a velocity of 1.68 kilometres per second, according to Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) applications centre director Nilesh Desai.
The landing is scheduled for 6.04 p.m. Don Bosco School in Borivli will broadcast the gentle landing for its elementary kids as they prepare to head home. “The secondary students have been told to stay at home and watch the landing.”
It will be extremely beneficial to the pupils, according to Principal Father Flovi Dsouza. Peril Bagli, principal of Activity High School on Peddar Road, stated that because all classes stop at 3.10 p.m., pupils have been advised to stay at home and watch the landing. The University Grants Commission has ordered universities to conduct live streaming of India’s third lunar mission.
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