Aditya L1 Solar Mission: India’s Historic Step Towards Sun Exploration”

Aditya L1 Launch ISRO’s spacecraft successfully lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota on Saturday. With this achievement, India has taken another step towards

completing its first solar mission. ISRO’s reliable PSLV will carry the Aditya L1 mission on a 125-day journey to the Sun.

Aditya L1 spacecraft will remain in Earth’s orbit for sixteen days. After a four-month journey, the satellite will be positioned in the heliospheric orbit around the Sun.

The launch took place at 11:50 AM this morning from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. ISRO announced that the countdown for the Aditya L1 launch on the PSLV C57 began on Friday, lasting for 23.10 hours.

  1. Aditya L1 is designed to provide distant observation of the solar corona and in-situ observation of the solar wind on Aditya L1 (Sun-Earth Lagrange Point), which is approximately 1.5 million kilometers away from Earth

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