Aditya L1 Launch
Aditya L1 Launch

Aditya L1 Launch Successful Live Updates : Aditya L1 Launch Live Updates: On Saturday, the ISRO spacecraft was successfully launched from Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center. With this, India took a step toward finishing its first solar trip. The Aditya L1 mission will go to the Sun for 125 days on board ISRO’s dependable PSLV.

For sixteen days, the Aditya L1 spacecraft will remain in Earth’s orbit. The spacecraft will be positioned on the L1 point in the halo orbit around the Sun after a four-month voyage.

Today’s launch took occurred at 11:50 a.m. from Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center. According to ISRO, the 23.10 hour countdown for the launch of Aditya L1 aboard PSLV C57 began on Friday.

Aditya L1 is intended to make in-situ studies of the Solar wind at L1, or the Sun-Earth Lagrangian point, which is about 1.5 million kilometers from Earth, and to provide remote observations of the Solar corona at L1.

ACTIVE Aditya L1 Launch Updates: Kerala CM commends ISRO and crew

On Saturday, Kerala’s Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan congratulated ISRO and the researchers on the successful launch of Aditya-L1, India’s first solar mission.

Vijayan said in a social media post that PSLV-C57’s successful launch of the Aditya satellite from Sriharikota was another “momentous achievement” for India in space exploration shortly after the launch.

Aditya L1 Launch Successful Live Updates : PM Modi congratulates ISRO; Aditya L1 reach Sun's orbit
Aditya L1 Launch Successful Live Updates : PM Modi congratulates ISRO; Aditya L1 reach Sun’s orbit

As #AdityaL1 embarks on its mission to uncover the mysteries of the Sun and its atmosphere, India achieves yet another significant milestone in space exploration. Congratulations to @isro and the outstanding team who made this happen. We aspire for the stars together!,” Vijayan wrote on X, formerly Twitter.

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Aditya L1 Launch Successful Live Updates : PM Modi congratulates ISRO; Aditya L1 reach Sun’s orbit