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Jul 22, 2019, 08:03 PM IST
new Delhi. ISRO's next mission after Chandrayaan-2 will be on the sun. Its name will be Aditya-L1. On Monday, the news agency told ISRO that it plans to launch by mid-2020. Its purpose is to find out why the temperature of the sun's surface is around 30000 times the temperature of Corona from 6000 calvin. While Corona is much higher than that.
ISRO has shared information related to this mission on its website. This outer layer of the sun is called the azimuth, which extends thousands of kilometers.
Earlier Chandrayaan-2 was launched from Satish Dhawan Space Center of Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh) at 2.43 pm on Monday afternoon. Yan successfully reached Earth orbit only after 17 minutes of launch. It was launched from India's most powerful GSLV Mark-III rocket. This rocket has three modules orbiter, lander (Vikram) and rover (pragyan). Under this mission, ISRO will land the lander at the southern pole of the Moon.
Aditya-L1 will analyze the azimuth
K.Sivan (ISRO) said – Aditya-L1 will be located 1.5 million km from the Earth. From there, it will always look towards the sun. This outer layer of the Sun will analyze 'Tejomandal'. It has a great effect on Climate Change.
Aditya-L1 can do many studies
According to the report, Aditya-L1 can study the sun's photosphere, chromosphere and the aerospace. It will also be studied with explosive particles coming out of the sun. According to ISRO, these particles are not of any use in the orbit below the earth. They need to keep them out of the earth's magnetic field.
Two women scientists at the launch of Chandrayaan-2
Chandrayaan-2 mission was held on Monday by two women scientists. It was special for Ritu Karibhal and M. Vanitha. Both of them were directors of the project. ISRO chairman K. Sivan said: "We always ensure that female scientists are like men." We felt that both of these women were capable of doing this. That's why they got this responsibility. Both female scientists have been working with ISRO for the past two decades.