MCQ on Mission Chandrayaan-3

MCQ on Mission Chandrayaan-3:

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) on Chandrayaan-3 Mission 2023 by ISRO. Which is based on Current Affairs. It is useful for various competitive exams like UPSC, UPPSC, BPSC, IAS/PCS and others.


1.       Which launcher is used for Chandrayaan-3?



c) LVM3


Answer (c)


2. What is the primary objective of Chandrayaan-3?

a) Study the atmosphere of the Moon

b) Establish a permanent human settlement on the Moon

c) Achieve a soft landing on the lunar surface and conduct scientific investigations

d) Retrieve samples from the lunar surface and bring them back to Earth

Answer (c)


3. What components are included in Chandrayaan-3?

a) Orbiter only

b) Lander and rover only

c) Orbiter, lander, and rover

d) Lander and orbiter only

Answer (b)


4. What improvements have been made to Chandrayaan-3 compared to its predecessor?

a) Enhanced solar panel efficiency

b) Upgraded communication system

c) Changes in lander and rover design

d) All of the above

Answer (d)


5. What is the estimated cost of the Chandrayaan-3 mission?

a) 100 crore Indian rupees

b) 300 crore Indian rupees

c) 615 crore Indian rupees

d) 1 billion US dollars

Answer (c)


6. Chandrayaan-3’s scientific objectives include:

a) Analyzing the Moon’s composition

b) Searching for water ice on the lunar surface

c) Studying the Moon’s geology

d) All of the above

Answer (d)


7. Which space agency is responsible for the Chandrayaan-3 mission?



c) ESA

d) Roscosmos

Answer (b)


8. What role does public outreach play in the Chandrayaan-3 mission?

a) Inspiring and educating the public about space exploration

b) Encouraging youth to pursue scientific careers

c) Increasing awareness of India’s space achievements

d) All of the above

Answer (d)


9. The Chandrayaan-3 mission’s rover is known as:

a)        Vikram

b)       Pragyaan

c)        Dhruv

d)       Aditya

Answer (b)


10. Which of the following is missing in Chandrayaan-3?

a)        Lander

b)       Rover

c)        Orbiter

d)       Propulsion Module

Answer (c)


11. What is the weight of Chandrayaan-3?

a)        4,000 Kg

b)       3,900 Kg

c)        3,800 Kg

d)       3,700 Kg

Answer (b)


12. Who is the director of the Chandrayaan-3 mission?

a)        K. Sivan

b)       P. Veeramuthuvel

c)        J.J. Robinson

d)       Ritu Karidhal

Answer (b)


13. Where will Chandrayaan-3 land on the moon?

a)        Near North Pole

b)       At the Equatorial Region

c)        Near South Pole

d)       At the Poles

Answer (c)


14. Which is the 4th country to successfully land a spacecraft on the moon?

a)        USA

b)       Russia

c)        China

d)       India

Answer (d)


15. What is the launch date for Chandrayaan-3 mission?

a)        12th July 2023

b)       13th July 2023

c)        14th July 2023

d)       15th July 2023

Answer (c)

16. Which fuel is used in Chandrayaan-3?

a)       Solid fuel

b)      Liquid hydrogen

c)       Liquid oxygen

d)       All of the Above

Answer (d)


17. How many days take Chandrayaan-3 to reach Moon?

a)       35 days

b)      41 days

c)       45 days

d)      47 days

Answer (b)

18. Where Chandrayaan-3 landed?

a)       North Pole

b)      South Pole

c)       North-East Pole

d)      None of These

Answer (b)


19. Which country landed first on Moon south pole?

a)       USA

b)      Russia

c)       China

d)      India

Answer (d)


20. When Chandrayaan-3 will come back to Earth?

a)       2025

b)      2027

c)       2028

d)      Not to Come back

Answer (d)


21. Why is Chandrayaan-3 landed in South Pole of the Moon?

a)       Search of Frozen Water

b)      Search of Precious Elements

c)       Both (a) and (b)

d)      None of these

Answer (c)

 22. What is the name of the landed point of Chandrayaan-3 on the Moon Surface?

a)       Shakti

b)      Shiv Shakti

c)       Mahadev

d)      Shiv Shankar

Answer (b)


Recently, the Government of India called Chandrayaan-3 landing point on the moon: Shiv Shakti point.


23. When is celebrated National Space Day? / When was National Space Day?

a)       15th August

b)      20th August

c)       23rd August

d)      27th August

Answer (c)


24. Why National Space Day is celebrated on 23rd August?

a)       Mangalyaan

b)      Chandrayaan-1

c)       Chandrayaan-2

d)      Chandrayaan-3

Answer (d)


Government of India decided to celebrate National Space Day on 23rd August each year to mark the significant achievement of Chandrayan-3's successful landing on the Moon.


25. What is Shiv Shakti point at Moon?

a)       Vikram Landing Point

b)      South Pole

c)       Both (a) and (b)

d)      None of These

Answer (a)

26. What Imprint Chandrayaan-3 on the Lunar Surface?

a) ISRO Logo Only

b) National Emblem Only

c) Both (a) and (b)

d) None of These

Answer (c)

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