India is sending a satellite to the Sun – Breaking News

The Indian Center for Space Research (ISRO) reported that the satellite, which is planned to be placed at the L-1 Lagrange point between the Sun and Earth, has been successfully sent to observe the outermost layer of the Sun and the solar winds.

The Aditya satellite was launched from Sriharikota cosmodrome in Andhra Pradesh state at 11:50 am local time.

The project will be ISRO’s first Sun-observing mission, headquartered in Bengaluru.

While the budget allocated to the project was expressed as 46 million dollars, ISRO did not make a statement about the cost.

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