School Academy Kerala, DREAM IAS MISSION 2033

April 05, 2023 - By School Pathram Academy

Eration between NASA, the European Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency — has sent back thousands of stunning images and made numerous discoveries about the ringed planet and its moons.

Cassini–Huygens is an unmanned spacecraft sent to the planet Saturn. Cassini is the fourth space probe to visit Saturn and the first to enter orbit. Its design includes a Saturn orbiter and a lander for the moon Titan. The lander, called Huygens, landed on Titan in 2005. The spacecraft was launched on October 15, 1997. This was the first landing ever accomplished in the outer Solar System.


Objectives of the mission:


Determine the three-dimensional structure and dynamic behavior of the rings of Saturn.

Determine the composition of the satellite surfaces and the geological history of each object.

Determine the nature and origin of the dark material on Iapetus’s leading hemisphere.

Measure the three-dimensional structure and dynamic behavior of the magnetosphere.

Study the dynamic behavior of Saturn’s atmosphere at cloud level.

Study the time variability of Titan’s clouds and hazes.

Characterize Titan’s surface on a regional scale.

 Source: The Hindu.






1) Donkey – Male: Jack, Female: Jenny, Child: Foal


2) Bear- Male: Boar, Female: Sow, Child: Cub


3) Cat- Male: Tom, Female: Queen, Child: Kitten


4) Cattle- Male: Bull, Female: Cow, Child: Calf


5) Chicken- Male: Rooster or cock, Female: Hen, Child: Chick


6) Deer- Male: Buck or stag, Female: Doe, Child: Fawn


7) Dog- Male: Dog, Female: Bitch, Child: Pup


8) Duck- Male: Drake, Female: Duck, Child: Duckling


9) Elephant- Male: Bull, Female: Cow, Child: Calf


10) Fox- Male: Dog, Female: Vixen, Child: Cub


11) Goose- Male: Gander, Female: Goose, Child: Gosling


12) Horse- Male: Stallion, Female: Mare, Child: Foal


13) Lion- Male: Lion, Female: Lioness, Child: Cub


14) Rabbit- Male: Buck, Female: Doe, Child: Bunny


15) Sheep- Male: Ram, Female: Ewe, Child: Lamb


16) Swan- Male: Cob, Female: Pen, Child: Cygnet


17) Pig- Male: Boar, Female: Sow, Child: Piglet


18) Tiger- Male: Tiger, Female: Tigress, Child: Cub


19) Whale- Male: Bull, Female: Cow, Child: Calf


20) Wolf- Male: Dog, Female: Bitch, Child: Pup


21) Goat- Male: buck, billy, Female: doe, nanny, Child: kid


Important events of October 11


1869 – American explorer Thomas Edison applied for a patent on his first invention. This electric machine was used to count the votes.


1881 – American inventor David Henderson Houston patents the cameras first roll film.


1932 – First broadcast for political campaign in New York


1939 – American President Roosevelt writes to Albert Einstein urging America to develop nuclear program rapidly.


1968 – Television broadcast for the first time from the launch of America’s first manned Opolo mission ‘Apollo 7’ orbit.


1984 – American Space Scientists Catherine de Sullivan becomes the first woman to travel in space. He was aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger.


2001 – Declaration of the year 2001 Nobel Literature Award for the British-born British author Vidyadhar Suraj Prasad Naipal, born in Trinidad


2005 – Third space tourist Gregory Olson returned to Earth.


2007 – UK novelist Doris Lacing was selected for the 2007 Nobel Prize for Literature


2008 – Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sent the first train to the valley of Kashmir showing a green flag from the Naugaon station.


Born on 11th October


1902 – Jaiprakash Narayan, famous politician and freedom fighter by the name of Loknayak.


1889 – Magan Bhai Desai – was a famous Gandhian thinker and educationist.


1942 – Amitabh Bachchan – Indian actor


1946 – Vijay P. Bhatkar – Indian scientist



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