ISRO on Aditya L-1 : India’s first Suryaan Aditya L-1 It has gone far away from the earth. Yes, ISRO has written on its official social media platform and informed that India’s first Sun Mission Aditya L-1 spacecraft has successfully escaped from the Earth’s sphere of influence and has covered a distance of more than 9.2 lakh kilometers from the Earth. . Now it is finding its way towards the Sun-Earth Lagrange Point 1 (L1). ISRO also said that this is the second consecutive time that ISRO has been able to send a spacecraft out of the Earth’s sphere of influence. Let us tell you that this happened for the first time when India’s Mars mission was launched. India’s spacecraft has already crossed Mars Orbiter.
What information did ISRO give on social media?
ISRO informed that ‘Aditya-L1’ spacecraft has successfully come out of the Earth’s gravitational influence zone and has covered a distance of more than 9.2 lakh kilometers from the Earth. The National Space Agency gave this information on the social media platform ‘X’ and said that now it is moving towards the Sun-Earth Lagrangian point 1 (L1). It may be noted that ISRO had successfully launched ‘Aditya L1’ spacecraft under the country’s first Sun mission on September 2 through Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)-C57 from Sriharikota Space Center in Andhra Pradesh. ‘Aditya L1’ carries seven payloads, four of which will observe sunlight and the remaining three will measure in-situ parameters of plasma and magnetic fields.
‘Aditya L1’ is expected to travel a distance of about 15 lakh kilometers and be placed in a ‘halo’ orbit around the Lagrangian point ‘L1’, which is considered closest to the Sun. It will revolve around the Sun in the same relative position and hence it can continuously observe the Sun.
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