Aditya L1 Mission; ISRO: New Achievement Of ISRO

After Chandrayaan 3, ISRO embarked on one more mission, Aditya L 1. After moving to the moon, India is now going to set up a solar space observatory. This news was not even heard by the people of India, Everyone was very surprised and proud of the news.

ISRO’s first Indian solar space observatory has started its journey toward the Sun with all launches of PSLV carrying the Aditya L 1 spacecraft.

The PSLV lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota at 11:50 on Saturday, September 2nd.

The weight of the rocket is 1480.7 kg. Named as Aditya L 1. Aditya’s words in Sanskrit mean the Sun, the spacecraft will now begin its journey for four months.

Aditya L1 was placed into a highly eccentric EarEarth-bound bit about 43 minutes after liftoff.

It was announced by the ISRO Chairman that the satellite had been placed in its intended orbit.

Minister of State for Science and Technology Jitendra Singh, who witnessed the launch, said “Congratulations India Congratulations ISRO, as the world watched with bated breath this was truly a sunshine moment for India”.

The scientific objectives of the Aditya L1 mission include:

Coronal heating, Solar wind acceleration, Solar system dynamics, Temperature, etc.

The spacecraft is carrying seven scientific payloads which are indigenously developed in collaboration with various ISRO centers and scientific institutes. These payloads will help in systematic studies of the movement of the Sun.

These loads include –

  • visible emission line coronagraphs,
  • Solar UltraViolet Imaging telescopes,
  • Solar Low Energy X-ray Spectrometer
  • High Energy L1 Or Beating X rat Spectrometer
  • Aditya Solar Wind Particle Experiment

Very proud news for Indians, this time ISRO will not give up on beating NASA. After the success of Chandrayaan 3, now the mission of Aditya L 1, Seeing how Surya’s mission has started, it is clear that Aditya L 1 will also be successful.

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