UPSC Prelims Bits For Today July 27, 2022 | Important Current Affairs in Brief Form For UPSC Prelims

UPSC Prelims Bits For Today” is every day published in the morning between 11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon and contains selective current affairs articles. ”UPSC Prelims Bits For Today” covers various topics from UPSC Prelims Syllabus and is very helpful and time managing for UPSC Aspirants. The framing of this daily current affairs compilation article is easy to read and understandable also.

In the ”UPSC Prelims Bits For Todayarticle, we focus on UPSC Preliminary exam-oriented current affairs covering various sections from leading National Newspapers, PIB, and other various official sources.


Low Earth Orbit (LEO)


What is a Low Earth Orbit (LEO)?

  • Earth orbit (LEO) is, as the name suggests, an orbit that is relatively close to Earth’s surface.
  • It is normally at an altitude of less than 1000 km but could be as low as 160 km above Earth – which is low compared to other orbits,  still very far above Earth’s surface.
  • By comparison, most commercial aeroplanes do not fly at altitudes much greater than approximately 14 km, so even the lowest LEO is more than ten times higher than that.



New Space India Limited (NSIL)


What is New Space India Limited (NSIL)?

  • It is a public sector enterprise, that was established in 2019 under the administrative control of the Department of Space, to re-orient space activities from a ‘supply driven’ model to a ‘demand driven’ model, thereby ensuring optimum utilisation of the space assets.




What is In SPACe?

  • The Department of Space established 2020 a new regulatory body named the Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (IN-SPACe).
  • IN-SPACe is intended to provide a level playing field for private companies to use Indian space infrastructure and to promote and guide the private industries in space activities through encouraging policies and a friendly regulatory environment.


Rule Number 373 and 255 Of L.S. and R.S.


What is Rule 373 Of Lok Sabha?

  • Rule Number 373 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business says: “The Speaker, if he is of the opinion that the conduct of any Member is grossly disorderly, may direct such Member to withdraw immediately from the House, and any Member so ordered to withdraw shall do so forthwith and shall remain absent during the remainder of the day’s sitting.”

What is Rule 255 Of Rajya Sabha?

  • Like the Speaker in Lok Sabha, the Chairman of Rajya Sabha is empowered under Rule Number 255 of its Rule Book to “direct any Member whose conduct is in his opinion grossly disorderly to withdraw immediately” from the House.

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