India joins the space conquest.  The satellite has reached its destination

Aditya-L1 satellite was launched In September, remote sensing of the Sun is scheduled for five years. It is named after the Hindu sun god.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the mission as a milestone for the Indian space programme.

The solar observatory is located at the Lagrange point, where the gravitational forces of the Sun and Earth cancel out, allowing the satellite to remain in a stable orbit around the Sun.

Indian Minister of Science and Technology Jitendra Singh said that the satellite's mission is to “discover the secrets of the Sun's connection with the Earth.” It will achieve, among other things: a periodic phenomenon during which large amounts of plasma and magnetic energy are observed to be discharged from the solar atmosphere.

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