India's Aditya L1 in the search of Sun

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India's Aditya L1  in the search of Sun  - India has prepared another mission to study the core of Sun. India's Aditya L1 has launched successfully. India's space agency ISRO has successfully launched Aditya L1, it had launched on 2 Sept  at 11:50.

Launch of Aditya L1:

India's Aditya L1 once again in space. India launching Aditya L1 on 2 sept at 11:50 am. Aditya L1 will explore the Sun. Aditya L1 will be launched 2sept  at 11:50 am from Sriharikota. Which will travel for about 127 days and get established in L1 orbit. Tomorrow on September 2 (India is once again sending Aditya L1 to space)  India is going to fly in space once again.India's Aditya L1 in the search of Sun 

Detailed information about Aditya L1:

Aditya L1 is a satellite built by India, which will be launched from India's ISRO station Sriharikota , which will study about the temperature of the sun and will give complete information about it to the scientists. Aditya L1 will be installed at a point where sunlight never reaches. It will be in contact with the Sun all the time due to which it is impossible to turn /off down. India's Aditya L1  in the search of Sun 

Some videos by Aditya L1

First Indian space based mission

Aditya L1 will be the first Indian space based mission to study the Sun. The spacecraft will be placed in a halo orbit around the Lagrange point 1 (L1) of the Sun-Earth system, which is approximately 1.5 million (1,500,000 km) away from Earth. A satellite placed in a halo orbit around the L1 point has the major advantage of continuously viewing the Sun without any eclipse/Eclipse. India's Aditya L1 in the search of Sun 

How will Aditya L1 work?

  • To study the upper atmospheric (chromosphere and corona) dynamics of the Sun.
  • Study of chromospheric and coronal heat, physics of partially ionized plasma, initiation of coronal mass ejections.
  • The flares will observe the particle and plasma environment in-situ providing data for the study of particle motion from the Sun, the physics of the solar corona and its temperature mechanisms.
  • Diagnosis of coronal and coronal loop plasma: temperature, velocity, and density.
  • Evolution, motion and origin of the CME. Identify the sequence of processes occurring at multiple layers (chromosphere, base, and extended corona) that ultimately lead to solar eruption events.
  • Magnetic field topology and magnetic field measurements in the Sun's corona. Drivers for space weather (origin, composition and dynamics of the solar wind).

Aditya L1 Budget

The budget of India's Aditya L1 is 378 crores. This is the lowest budget mission in the world. India is known for carrying out successful missions with the lowest budget in the world. India is once again sending L1 to space and that too at the lowest cost.

Aditya L1 Launching Live

Aditya Launching Event : You will be able to watch the live video of the launch of Aditya L1 released by ISRO here.

India's Aditya L1  in the search of Sun 

Some previous missions of ISRO

India has just successfully landed Chandrayaan 3 and Chandrayaan 3 is taking measurements of earthquakes on the Moon, that too at the lowest cost. Chandrayaan 3 has collected sulphur, aluminium, calcium, iron, chromium, titanium, manganese, Oxygen and silicon have been found.

Upcoming Missions of ISRO:

  • Gaganyaan 1: (2024)
  • Gaganyaan 2: (2024)
  • Nisar: (January 2024)
  • Shukrayan-1: (December 2024)
  • lunar polar Exploration Mission: (2024)
  • Mangalyaan 2: (2024)
  • Gaganyaan 3 : (2025) 
Note: The dates of all the upcoming missions that have been provided here have not yet been determined by ISRO. According to various media reports, the estimated dates are available to you here.

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