Bengaluru: India's solar mission, Aditya L1, has travelled beyond a distance of 9.2 lakh km from Earth and has moved out of the Earth's gravitational pull.
Chennai/IBNS: With Aditya-L1 spacecraft, India's first solar exploratory mission, continuing its journey towards the Sun-Earth Lagrange’s Point 1 (L1), the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Tuesday assessed the space situation around L1 to ensure the safety of the spacecraft and avoid any possibility of close approaches with other neighbouring spacecrafts, with the support from NASA-JPL (Jet Propulsion Labortory).
India's first Solar exploratory mission Aditya-L1 to study the Sun, has commenced collecting scientific data at distances greater than 50,0000 km from Earth.
Chennai/UNI: India's first Solar exploratory mission Aditya-L1 to study the Sun, has commenced collecting scientific data at distances greater than 50,0000 km from Earth.
Chennai/IBNS: The third earth-bound manoeuvre of the Aditya L1 mission to study the sun was successfully performed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).
The Indian Space Research Organisation on Tuesday said its mission to study the Sun-Aditya L1- has successfully undergone the second Earth-bound maneuvre.
New Delhi: President Droupadi Murmu on Saturday congratulated scientists and engineers at ISRO for the successful launch of its maiden Solar Mission Aditya-L1.
In another success for Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), India successfully launched its maiden solar mission Aditya L-1 from Sriharikota on Saturday.
After the success of Chandrayaan-3, India's Indian Space Research Organisation will launch Aditya-L1, the mission to explore the Sun, on Saturday.
Chennai/UNI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said its maiden Solar exploratory Mission Aditya-L1 is not a complete one to study the Sun due to limited mass, power and volume of the spacecraft that carries scientific payloads in space.
Chennai/IBNS: After the success of its third Lunar mission Chandryaan-3 created history by making a soft landing on the Moon's south polar region, a buoyant ISRO is all set for yet another interplanetary mission--this time to explore the Sun-and the launch date for the same has been scheduled on Sept 2.
New Delhi/IBNS: After the successful soft-landing of India's lunar mission Chandrayaan-3 on the South Polar region of the Moon on Wednesday, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is now eyeing to study the Sun.
Chennai: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up for the launch of Aditya-L1 Solar Exploratory mission to study the Sun.