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ISRO set to launch Aditya L1 solar mission: All you need to know

ISRO is ready for its next major mission, the Aditya L1 solar mission, after the Chandrayaan-3 moon mission. This project, which will launch from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 11:50 AM on September 2, is a major breakthrough in Indian space exploration.

ISRO claims Aditya L1 is India’s first space-based solar observatory. On-site solar wind measurements and distant solar corona research at the 1.5 million-kilometer L1 point are its goals.

Positioning Aditya L1 to observe the Sun without eclipses is a major gain. Continuous perspective is needed to monitor solar activity and its direct impact on space weather.

The Aditya L1 spacecraft will launch from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, at 11:50 AM IST on September 2. Many desire to view this event live but don’t know how to accomplish so at home. Everyone may access it due to ISRO.

AT 11:20 AM, ISRO will webcast the launch on many social media sites. This means anyone interested may watch the live feed on Facebook and YouTube. This historic launch may be watched on your phone, TV, or PC.

Seven payloads aboard Aditya L1 employ magnetic field and electromagnetic particle detectors to study the Sun’s chromosphere, photosphere, and corona.

Four sensors on this mission may directly investigate the Sun from L1, while the other three payloads do in-situ particle and field investigations. These scientific instruments should reveal coronal heating, mass ejections, pre-flare and flare activity, space weather dynamics, and particle and field propagation in the interplanetary medium.

Link to livestream:

ISRO’s Aditya L1 Mission Livestream: https://www.isro.gov.in
Facebook page of ISRO: https://facebook.com
Watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IcgGYZTXQw

DD National will also broadcast Aditya L-1’s launch live.

Conclusion:-

The ISRO’s Aditya L1 solar mission launches on September 2 at 11:50 AM from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. This project is India’s first space-based observatory for studying the Sun, measuring the solar wind and researching the solar corona at the 1.5 million-kilometer L1 point. The mission can monitor the Sun without eclipses, offering a continuous view of solar activity and space weather. ISRO will livestream the launch on Facebook and YouTube from 11:20 AM. The mission’s seven payloads include magnetic field and electromagnetic particle detectors to study the Sun’s chromosphere, photosphere, and corona. The project seeks to understand coronal heating, mass ejections, pre-flare and flare activity, space weather dynamics, and interplanetary particle and field propagation.

Nitin Gohil Author of Times Applaud
Nitin Gohil

A Mumbai-based tech professional with a passion for writing about his field: through his columns and blogs, he loves exploring and sharing insights on the latest trends, innovations, and challenges in technology, designing and integrating marketing communication strategies, client management, and analytics. His favourite quote is, "Let's dive into the fascinating world of tech together."

Nitin Gohil
A Mumbai-based tech professional with a passion for writing about his field: through his columns and blogs, he loves exploring and sharing insights on the latest trends, innovations, and challenges in technology, designing and integrating marketing communication strategies, client management, and analytics. His favourite quote is, "Let's dive into the fascinating world of tech together."

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