Aditya-L1 Mission reached 9.2 lakh km away from Earth...

S Venkateshwari
Aditya-L1 Mission reached 9.2 lakh km away from Earth...

On Saturday, september 30, the indian space research organisation (ISRO) released significant information about India's surya Mission. According to a statement from isro, the Aditya-L1 spacecraft has successfully left the sphere of influence of the Earth and has travelled more than 9.2 lakh kilometres. The Aditya-L1 spacecraft is steadily travelling to Lagrange Point 1, where it will make its new home.

ISRO stated that the Aditya-L1 mission's vehicle is making its way to Sun-Earth Lagrange Point 1 (L1) during informational presentations. This is the second time in a row, according to the post, that isro has successfully launched a spacecraft outside the Earth's sphere of influence. During the Mars Orbiter Mission, this was done for the first time. On september 2, the Aditya L1 spacecraft was launched.

Language Point 1: What is it? 

Following India's success with Chandrayaan-3, isro decided to conduct research on the Sun, leading to the launch of the Aditya-L1 mission. The Gms Lagrange Point One location is where the gravity of two larger objects holds a smaller object in between them. Actually, this location has very low fuel requirements for the spacecraft. There are five Lagrange points (L1 to L5) between the Earth and the Sun, but Lagrange Point 1 is crucial because it allows for trouble-free observation of the Sun.

These 'friends' will accompany Aditya L1 

The 'Hello Orbit' of Aditya's L1 mission will revolve just outside the Earth-Sun L1 point. This location is roughly 15 lakh kilometres away from Earth. This indian mission's goal is to monitor the Sun's photosphere, chromosphere, and corona in order to transmit crucial data about it to Earth.

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