New Delhi: The Aditya L1 spacecraft, ISRO’s first solar mission, is expected to be launched this year. Kiran Kumar.

“The Mars Orbiter has completed seven years. India’s first space telescope AstroSat launched into orbit It provides information for various space research studies. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and ISRO And will cooperate, he said.

To know the sun

400 kg

The cost is Rs 50 crore

India’s first satellite to study the Sun.
Is Aditya-L1. The goal is to study the Sun’s gaseous outer corona. It is important to find out the cause of the extreme heat of the solar system.

The plan is to study the Sun from a Lagrangian point between the Earth and the Sun. The L-1 point is unique in that it can see the sun all the time without interruption. Aditya will be launched into orbit 800 km from Earth.

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