Aditya L1 will orbit the Sun for the next 25 years; ISRO's mission will prepare the next world of space

Pankaj Prasad
Aditya L1 launched from Sriharikota
Aditya L1 launched from Sriharikota

Senior astronomers say that for many years now it will be very easy to understand the changes in the temperature of the sun and its effect on the earth.

Aditya L1 launched from Sriharikota to uncover the secret hidden on the surface of the sun. After about 4 months, the Lagrangian point of the Sun where Aditya L will reach, from there it will continue to send information to our scientists for the next 25 years. Although the age of Aditya L. One is only five years old. But the techniques using which he has been sent, he will continue to explore the secrets of the Sun for at least more than 25 years. Senior astronomers say that for many years now it will be very easy to understand the changes in the temperature of the sun and its effect on the earth. At the same time, the space agencies of America, Europe and China are eyeing this important mission of ISRO.

Senior astronomer Dr. Sanjeev Sahajpal explains that this mission of India is many times better and bigger than NASA and ISA (European Space Agency). They say that the importance of the SOHO mission sent by NASA and the European Space Agency in 1995 was sent to space only for 5 years. This mission continues to send complete information from the Sun's Lagrangian point for almost 28 years even today. He says that 28 years after the Soho mission, when ISRO has left its Aditya L One to understand the secret of the sun, it is filled with many times more advanced technologies than that. Professor Sahajpal says that the way this mission has been designed, it is estimated that for more than the next 25 years, it will help our scientists to study the energy generated on the surface of the sun and its effects. Would be very helpful to do.

Sanjeev Sahajpal says that with the launch of Mission Aditya, it has become the second space agency in the world to launch such a big mission to understand the mystery of the Sun. He says that during this time, by reaching the Lagrangian point of the Sun, this mission of our scientists will not only study the ultraviolet rays of the Sun but will also understand the effect of single-rays and high energy protons emanating from the Sun. He says that during this entire mission, on the basis of 5 years of programming and the information received in the same number of days, scientists from all over the world can do research for the next several decades. But in this project, which is being sent 28 years after the Soho Mission, such technology has been used which will keep the research moving forward by working for many more years than the old mission.

Scientists say that during this period, a magnetic field is created on the Sun's surface and the Langrian points within its radius. It is at this point that the sun's rays have a complete impact on the earth's temperature and climate. Senior scientist Professor Sanjeev Sahajpal says that due to this magnetic field, the thermal effect on the earth can also be monitored. He says that the temperature of the sun's surface is 6000 degrees Celsius, but the temperature of the sun's corona is several lakhs of degrees Celsius. He says that through this mission, scientists will also bring within the scope of their research why there is such a big difference between the temperature of the sun's surface and its corona. He says that at present this will be known only after many years of research. With this mission, a lot of information can be obtained by studying the climate on Earth due to the movement of the Sun.

Through this mission, the most important information will also be known as to how the activation of the sun's rays is going to affect the Earth in the future. Senior scientist Professor Sahajpal says that this mission will also closely study the effect on the Earth's magnetic field due to the sun's rays. He says that major changes occur when the Sun's radiation collides with the Earth's magnetic field. Now what effect these changes have on that point will be studied through Mission Aditya. In fact, the SOHO mission sent by NASA and the European Space Agency has so far monitored the impact of the sun's rays, but how it is having a major impact on the Earth's magnetic field has been studied by Mission Aditya L One. Through medium it can be estimated in a better way.

He says that at the place where this mission of ISRO will work, the gravitational attraction of the Sun and the Earth remains zero. That is why this Lagrangian point has been chosen to understand the mystery of the sun. Scientists say that the temperature of the Sun varies from its surface to all its gravitational points. By studying this, it will also be investigated how the sun is affecting which part of the earth. During this period, the scope of research will also include the energy generated in different parts of the sun.

Scientists say that so far all the information about the temperature of the Sun has come to the fore mostly through the SOHO mission. Now complete information about the Sun's surface and the rays emanating from there, including its temperature and magnetic field, will be known through Mission Aditya L One. Scientists say that through this mission the most important information and research will be obtained about the sun's rays falling on the Earth and the effect it has on the climate. He says that currently more than 8000 satellites keep rotating in space all the time. The effect of sun rays on these satellites will also be monitored through this mission. Apart from this, Mission Aditya is going to play a big role in firmly establishing space stations including all the major activities in space in future and other satellites to be established. Because the world of the future will be created in space only by knowing the secrets of the Sun's energy received through Mission Aditya.