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What is Aditya L1 Mission launch date & objectives ISRO chief S Somanath shared details

What is Aditya L1 Mission launch date & objectives ISRO chief S Somanath shared details
Written by Manoj Kadam
What is Aditya L1 Mission launch date & objectives ISRO chief S Somanath shared details

What is Aditya L1 Mission launch date & objectives ISRO chief S Somanath shared details

Indian Space Agency ISRO's enthusiasm is high due to the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3's Vikram Lander (LM) on the Moon! The space agency has also accelerated its upcoming missions. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself addressed the nation on Wednesday, ISRO's Aditya L-1 mission was mentioned. According to the report, ISRO Chief S. Somnath announced on Wednesday that the Aditya-L1 mission to study the Sun will probably be launched in the first week of September. That means ISRO, which made a successful landing on the Moon, is now ready for 'Surya Namaskar'.
ISRO's website states that the Aditya L1 mission will be the first space-based Indian mission to study the Sun. After launch from Earth, the Aditya-L1 space observatory will be delivered to a halo orbit around the Lagrange point-1 (L-1) of the Sun-Earth system. This orbit is approximately 15 lakh kilometers away from the Earth. Reaching that point means that the observatory will always be able to keep an eye on the Sun. The work of Aditya L-1 mission will be to detect solar activities and space weather. The data will be sent to ISRO, which will make it easier to assess whether the Earth is in any trouble because of the Sun!

According to ANI report, ISRO chief, while addressing a press conference after the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3, said that everything is going as per plan and probably the Aditya L-1 mission will be launched in the first week of September. Will go.

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'Aditya' will reach the destination in 120 days

S. Somnath said that after launch, 'Aditya' L-1 spacecraft will go into an elliptical orbit and complete its journey from there. It will take 120 days to reach Lagrange point-1 (L-1). Remember that during this time the spacecraft will cover a distance of 15 lakh kilometers. Chandrayaan-3 took 41 days to reach the Moon and covered a distance of more than 3 lakh kilometres.

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