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Question 1: The presence of ________ was reiterated and changes in rock and mineral composition have been identified.

Question 2: Chandrayaan's imagery will be used to identify regions of interest that will be explored in detail by the NASA ________.
Lunar Reconnaissance OrbiterLCROSSLunar Precursor Robotic ProgramCassini–Huygens

Question 3: ________ – Project Director, Chandrayan-1
A. P. J. Abdul KalamSatish DhawanMylswamy AnnaduraiGeosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle

Question 4: Chemical and mineralogical mapping of the entire lunar surface at high spatial resolution, mapping particularly the chemical elements magnesium, ________, silicon, calcium, iron, titanium, radon, uranium, & thorium.

Question 5: LLRI or Lunar Laser Ranging Instrument determines the height of the surface topography by sending pulses of ________ laser light towards the lunar surface and detecting the reflected portion of that light.
UltravioletElectromagnetic spectrumInfraredX-ray

Question 6: The ________ and the circular polarisation ratio (CPR) are the key parameters deduced from these measurements.
Specular reflectionAnti-reflective coatingRefractive indexFresnel equations

Question 7: This was confirmed on 24 September 2009, when Science Magazine reported that ________'s Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on Chandrayaan-1 has detected water on the moon.
Space explorationNASASpace RaceHuman spaceflight

Question 8: To carry out imaging operations and to collect data on the mineral content of the ________.
Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments PackageLunar waterLunar soilMoon

Question 9: The ________ signatures of aluminium, magnesium and silicon were picked up by the C1XS X-ray camera.
Nuclear fusionIonizing radiationRadiation therapyX-ray

Question 10: The ________ lunar satellite had a mass of 1,380 kilograms (3,042 lb) at launch and 675 kilograms (1,488 lb) in lunar orbit.
Geographic information systemAerial photographyRemote sensingWeather satellite


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