After Soft Landing of chandrayaan -3 on Moon Isro About to launch Aditya-L1 to study Sun
The satellite is ready and has already reached Sriharikota, but the final date for the launch of Aditya-L1 will be announced in two days, ISRO chief S Somanath has said.
Sun mission expected to launch on September first week and Isro targeting to execute on 2nd September
Aditya-L1 is india's heavy duty launch PSLV vehicle and It's need to travel 1.5 million kilometers
"After the launch, it will take 125 days from the earth to reach Lagrange point 1 (L1). We have to wait till then," says Mr Somanath.
Lagrange point 1
This Point Is like parking lot in Space where objects tend to stay put because of balancing gravitational forces and also reduces fuel consumption for spacecraft
Isro has earned reputation of being cost competitive in space engineering
Isro has completed chandrayaan-3 mission in 600 crore compared the any bollywood block buster movie budget
Aditya-L1 costing nearly half of Chanrayaan-3. The government sanctioned 378 crore in 2019 to study Sun's Atmosphere
As of now Isro given any official update on costing of mission Sun
India and world is waiting for this historic event to launch by Isro
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