ISRO is the official government space organization of India. Indians are very proud of ISRO and its achievements. ISRO has accomplished many amazing space feats such as the Mangalyaan and the Chandryaan missions. It is also looking forward to launching Indian ‘Vyomanauts’ into space by a space program that also ends with ‘yaan’ – Gaganyaan 😏!!
If you are a fan of ISRO, or just want to know how much you know about the Indian Space Program, this quiz is right for you. ISRO makes Indians proud.
You can try answering all the questions in the quiz and check out later how much you got it right. There are 15 questions in the quiz. Each question has four options and one option is the right one. Each correct answer gives you 10 points. So let’s go to the quiz.
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