- What do you know about a lunar rover?
- For you, what is a historic mission?
- historic /hi-STAWR-ik/
- celebrate /SEL-uh-breyt/
- achievement /uh-CHEEV-muhnt/
- landing /LAN-ding/
- precise /pri-SAHYS/
[adjective] – important or likely to be important in history
They planned to build historic buildings.
[verb] – to take part in special enjoyable activities in order to show that a particular occasion is important
They always celebrate their wedding anniversary by going out to dinner.
[noun] – something very good and difficult that you have succeeded in doing
It gives you a sense of achievement if you actually finish a very long book.
[noun] – the fact of an aircraft arriving on the ground or a boat reaching land
There’s a special area at the airport where you can view aircraft taking off and landing.
[adjective] – exact and accurate
He caught me at the precise moment when I smiled.
The Emirates Lunar Mission will travel to a part of the moon that has never been explored by a rover in 2024. The precise landing site is still uncertain, but the aim is to learn more about the variations in lunar dust and rocks around the moon. Because they lack an atmosphere, the moon, asteroids, and the planet Mercury are all examples of airless bodies. Since they lack an atmosphere, solar rays, meteoroids, and dust constantly change and weather their surfaces. The team aims to closely study the moon’s soil, take temperature measurements, observe how lunar dust adheres to different surfaces, and assess the effects of solar radiation.
- Who are working on are working on another historic mission?
- Which became the first Arab country to launch a spacecraft into orbit around Mars?
- What is the lightest rover to date?
- What will travel to a part of the moon that has never been explored by a rover in 2024.
- Could you give examples of airless bodies as stated in the article?
- Why do you think this project is necessary for us?
- Why do you think the The Emirates Lunar Mission chose to explore a part of the moon that has never been visited by a rover?
- In your opinion, is it important to closely study the moon’s soil? Why or why not?
- Is space travel important? Please explain your answer.
- If you were given a chance to study the moon, what would you specically want to learn about it? Why?