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India Advances Space Aspirations with Solar Mission Following Lunar Landing Success

After capturing global attention with a pioneering lunar landing near the moon's untouched south pole, India's space agency is setting its gaze sunward. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced on Monday that it is slated to launch Aditya-L1, the nation's maiden solar observatory, on September 2nd.

A Focused Mission

The upcoming venture aims to expand our understanding of the sun and its influence on space weather. Deploying a range of seven observation modules, including electromagnetic field detectors, the spacecraft will focus on the sun's outer layers—namely, the photosphere and chromosphere. "This. . .

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