Aditya-L1 Mission: A big update has come out regarding India’s solar mission Aditya-L1. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has said that this vehicle operated for the solar mission is working properly. The spacecraft is continuously moving rapidly towards its target i.e. the Sun. The space agency has said through its official ‘X’ handle that it had made Trajectory Correction Maneuver (TCM) correction for 16 seconds on October 6. ISRO said this was required to guide the spacecraft to its correct target after tracking the Trans-Lagrangian Point 1 Insertion (TL1I) carried out on September 19.
The vehicle is moving towards the target
According to the information given by the space agency ISRO, the spacecraft of the Indian Solar Mission is moving rapidly towards its target i.e. the Sun. It required some improvements to operate on the right path, which has been done. With TCM (Trajectory Correction Maneuver) ISRO ensures that the spacecraft is on its intended path towards halo orbit insertion around L1. It is reported that as the spacecraft continues to move towards its target, the magnetometer will be restarted within a few days.
Introduction of Mission Aditya-L1
Regarding the solar mission Aditya-L1, launched by the Indian Space Research Organization to study the Sun, let us tell you that through this, scientists will be able to get a lot of information about the Sun. The news about this spacecraft is that till now it has gone 1 million kilometers away from the Earth’s surface towards the Sun and in the future it will revolve around the L-1 point. It was launched on 2 September 2023 and since then a lot of news is being made regarding it. According to the latest information, Aditya L-1 is moving rapidly towards its target.
Regarding the Indian Solar Mission, there is news that this cruise of Aditya L-1 will reach the L-1 point in the first week of January 2024 and will orbit around it.
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