Aditya L1 Mission: Aditya L1 will be launched from Sriharikota on September 2

Aditya L1 Mission: On September 2, Aditya L1 will be launched from Sriharikota at 11.50 am, it will be the first Indian mission to study the Sun.

Aditya L1 Mission

After the success of Mission Chandrayaan-3, the history maker ISRO team is now going to launch Surya Mission Aditya L1. For this, ISRO has officially announced that this Surya mission will be launched on September 2. The mission will be launched from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 11.50 AM IST.

This is the first Indian mission to study the Sun

This will be the first Indian space mission to be sent by ISRO to study the Sun. Common citizens can also register to watch the launch. Isro has also released a registration link on its website to sit in the view gallery and watch the launch.

The Sun is about 150 million km from our Earth

ISRO said that the sun is about 150 million km from our earth. Although Aditya L1 is covering only one percent of this distance, it will still give us a lot of information about the Sun, which is not possible to know from Earth.

It is not physically possible to send a rocket to the Sun. Because its temperature is 15 million degrees at its core and 5,500 degrees Celsius at the surface. Due to the high temperature, there is continuous nuclear fusion. This reaches our earth in the form of light and energy. India’s first solar mission is being launched with the main goal of observing this solar matter. The expedition is placed in the space-based observation category.

The Aditya L1 mission will study the ozone layer

The information gained from this mission will help to understand many mysteries and laws of other stars, galaxies and astronomy. The mission will study weather dynamics, the temperature of the Sun, the effect of ultraviolet rays on Earth and the ozone layer.

Scientists believe that the accuracy of weather forecasting will also increase by studying the sun. This will help in creating a system through which information about storms can be obtained immediately and alerts can be issued. The Solar Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (SUIT), the core instrument for the Aditya L1 mission, has been developed by the Pune-based Inter-University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA).

Important Link

ISRO Aditya L1 Launch : WatchView

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