India will launch Aditya L-1 on September 2, will help in understanding the secrets of Sun

After the success of Chandrayaan-3, the campaign will be executed to know and understand the facts related to the Sun.

Bangalore.  After the success of Chandrayaan-3, India will send the Aditya L-1 mission on September 2 to understand the mysteries of the Sun.  The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said on Monday that PSLV-C57 will be launched from the space center of Sriharikota on Saturday morning with the help of rocket.
For the first time, India will carry out such a campaign to know and understand the facts related to the Sun.  Under this, there will be seven payloads which will collect various information.  Four of these payloads will look directly at the Sun.  Three payloads will collect information about other facts, particles associated with the Sun.
According to ISRO, the Aditya L-1 mission will be completely indigenous.  The Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore has an important role in this.  This has created the Visible Emission Line Chronograph payload.  Similarly, Pune’s University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics has prepared the Solar Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope payload.
In the last six decades, 22 missions related to the Sun have been sent worldwide.  NASA’s Parker Solar Probe had suffered more than a thousand degree Celsius heat.  Aditya L-1 will not have to face so much heat, as it will be much further away from the Sun than NASA’s mission.
The vehicle will be stationed near the Langres Point 1 (L-1) between the Sun and the Earth.  The L-1 point is the location in space where the gravitational forces of the Sun and the Earth form an advanced region of attraction and repulsion.

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