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1. What is the primary purpose of the EDUSAT satellite?

a) Telecommunications

b) Weather forecasting

c) Distance education 

d) Environmental monitoring

2. Which organization launched the EDUSAT satellite?


b) ISRO 



3. What type of orbit does the EDUSAT satellite use?

a) Low Earth orbit

b) Geosynchronous orbit 

c) Polar orbit

d) Elliptical orbit

4. How many transponders does the EDUSAT satellite have?

a) 4

b) 12

c) 24 

d) 36

5. What is the primary mode of communication used by the EDUSAT satellite?

a) Optical

b) Microwave 

c) Infrared

d) Ultraviolet

6. How long is the expected lifespan of the EDUSAT satellite?

a) 5 years

b) 10 years

c) 15 years 

d) 20 years

7. What is the primary target audience for the distance education programs provided by the EDUSAT satellite?

a) Urban students

b) Rural students 

c) International students

d) Adult learners

8. What is the main advantage of using the EDUSAT satellite for distance education?

a) Cost-effectiveness

b) Flexibility 

c) Interactivity

d) All of the above

9. How many ground stations does the EDUSAT satellite have for communication and control?

a) 1

b) 2

c) 3 

d) 4

10. What is the primary focus of the curriculum provided by the EDUSAT satellite?

a) Science and technology

b) Mathematics and engineering

c) Social sciences and humanities 

d) All of the above


    1. c) Distance education
    2. b) ISRO
    3. b) Geosynchronous orbit
    4. c) 24
    5. b) Microwave
    6. c) 15 years
    7. b) Rural students
    8. d) All of the above
    9. c) 3
    10. c) Social sciences and humanities

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