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Preparations for Suryan after Chandrayaan, Launching Next Month

 Preparations for Suryan after Chandrayaan, Launching Next Month

Sun Mission Lunch Commingsoon

Testing of all payloads of country's first solar mission 'Aditya L-1' has been completed

ISRO is all set to launch the country's first solar mission 'Aditya L-1'. Testing of all the payloads (devices) of this satellite being sent for research on the Sun has been completed.

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Now there will be a final review. According to sources, if all goes well, Chandrayaan-3 could be sent into space by early September after landing on August 23. 

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ISRO Chairman S. Somnath said that with 'Aditya L-1' we will study solar coronal ejection i.e. flares coming out from the upper atmosphere of the Sun. The corona of the sun cannot be seen easily.
It can be studied only during solar eclipse. These flares affect our communication networks and electronic activity on Earth.
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The Sun's rays reach Earth in eight minutes, while the rest of the star's light takes four years to reach Earth. The only source of energy on Earth is the Sun, the closest star to our Solar System.
The sun's rays reach the earth in eight minutes, while the rest of the stars are so far away that it takes four years for their rays to reach the earth.

It is worth mentioning that the space research organizations of different countries of the world, including NASA, are working on various missions to study the Sun.

Aditya L-1 will develop new solar science

Aditya L-1 will have a total of seven instruments (VELC, SUIT, ASPEX, PAPA, SOLEX, HEL10S and Magnometer). It will study four charged particles that travel directly from the Sun to Earth and investigate how these particles eventually become trapped in Earth's magnetic field.

How is the coronal ejection occurring at the edge of the Sun and what is its intensity? It can develop the ability to predict the movement of the Sun.

So far 22 solar missions have been sent from around the world to study the Sun. NASA has sent the most 14 missions.

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