India has accomplished something noteworthy in space. To monitor the Sun, they launched a brand-new mission dubbed Aditya-L1. From a unique location in orbit halfway between the Earth and the Sun, the mission was launched. This location enables the satellite to observe the Sun from a fixed location without burning a lot of fuel.
It has the name of Surya, the Hindu sun god. India as a whole was enthusiastic about this endeavor. India did a fantastic job landing earlier, close to the Moon’s south pole.
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This new mission, whose arrival at its destination by the Sun would take approximately 135 days, has received rave reviews from the experts at the Indian Space Research Agency (Isro).
We don’t yet know the precise cost, but it is projected to be roughly $46 million in US dollars. When it is there, it will help us learn more about the Sun.