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ISRO: ISRO today will launch space-based solar mission Aditya L-1 into Earth orbit. Scientists have said that the ISRO mission will reach its final orbit i.e. 15 lakh km from Earth. Officials said that the L-1 point, i.e. the language point, is the area where the gravitational pull between Earth and the Sun becomes neutral. L-1 is where the distance between the Sun and Earth is about 1 percent.

According to ISRO, Aditya L-1 will be placed into ISRO’s orbit at 4 pm today. If ISRO cannot land it safely, it will continue to orbit the Sun. We tell you that ISRO has successfully launched Aditya L-1 from Satish Dhawan Space Center on 2nd September from PSLV C-57. PSLV placed Aditya L-1 into Earth orbit 63 minutes after launch.

The main objective of the mission
According to ISRO scientists, the main objective of Aditya L-1 mission is to find out problems like dynamics in solar atmosphere, heating of atmosphere, activity related to solar flares, solar earthquakes. ISRO chief S Somnath said that if the mission is successful, Aditya L-1 mission will study the rays of the sun for the next 5 years. For this, Aditya will have to reach the Sun’s orbit today. But the biggest challenge for this will be controlling the speed of Aditya L-1.

Aditya L-1 may crash
ISRO chief said firing will be done to control the speed of the mission. After the first fire it will be difficult to control the speed. But if it is not successful in extinguishing the fire, a second shot will be fired. There is a strong possibility of it collapsing in another fire.

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