India this week chandrayan 3 completing its mission and to the south pole made a successful landing. Following this development, which attracted the attention of the whole world, India shared data on the south pole of the Moon. Now they are focused on another mission. India is the first after the Moon sun mission getting ready to do it. Here are the details…
What will India’s solar mission be like?
Aditya-L1 mission, One from Satish Dhawan Space Center Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle with on September 2 It will be launched at 02:20 local time. India’s first mission to study the Sun Aditya (denoting the Hindu sun god) will observe solar activity to better understand space weather and how it affects Earth.
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched the spacecraft into the Earth-Sun orbit, a gravitationally stable point located about 1 million miles (1.5 million kilometers) away. to Lagrange Point 1 will place it.
According to ISRO “around point L1 halo A satellite placed in orbit has the advantage of continuously imaging the Sun without any occultation/eclipse.” Aditya-L1 carries seven scientific equipment on board; four of these will be aimed directly at the Sun. The remaining three will be used to measure particles at Lagrange Point 1 to study the effects of solar dynamics in the interplanetary medium (or space).
Conspiracy theorists are silent: India shared the video of the Moon landing
The Indian Space Research Organization shared the video of the Moon landing mission to silence conspiracy theorists early.
ISRO has been in the eyes of the world ever since it landed its first mission on the Moon. Chandrayaan-3, India’s second landing attempt on the lunar surface, made a soft landing on August 23. The mission added India to the shortlist of countries that have achieved the challenging feat of landing on the Moon. This list includes the Soviet Union, the USA and China. It also became the first lander to land on the south pole of the Moon.
India is making progress with its growing space program and recently signed the Artemis Treaty, which aims to establish a habitat on the Moon and ensure greater cooperation for its ongoing lunar programme. ISRO is also said to have preliminary plans to launch a mission to Mars and Venus.
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