Chinese satellite launched in search of secrets of the Sun

Advanced Space Bay Aims to Unravel Sun’s Mysteries SD Solar Observatory (ASO-S) launched successfully Pitch China. The Kuafu-1 satellite launched at 7:43 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 10, Beijing time.

It was launched from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Golia. The spacecraft is in a fixed orbit at an altitude of 720 km above the Earth. Reached that. Satellite to improve space-weather forecasts Aiming through

Magnetographs for studying the Sun’s magnetosphere, Ray X-ray imager and ultrasound for learning about diseases Coronagraph insert for observations using violet The instruments are available in the observatory.

The relationship between solar flares and the Sun’s magnetic field, solar flares, Coronal mass ejections, the central region of the Sun where solar storms blow We will also learn about Corona.

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