Historic Launch: Aditya-L1, India's first solar observatory mission, to launch on Sep 2, 2023.

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Orbital Placement: Positioned at Lagrange Point-1 (L1), 1.5M km from Earth, for uninterrupted solar observation.

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Mission Purpose: Studying the Sun's behavior, including coronal heating, solar wind, and magnetic storms.

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Advanced Instruments: Carries seven instruments for imaging, spectroscopy, and solar wind analysis.

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Operational Efficiency: L1's gravitational stability reduces the need for frequent orbital adjustments.

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Scientific Insights: Aims to provide crucial data on solar activities and their impact on space weather.

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Strategic Journey: 110-day journey to L1 after initial Earth-bound orbits.

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Aditya-L1 Features: Solar Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (SUIT), Visible Emission Line Coronagraph (VELC), and more.

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Complements Chandrayaan-3: Follows India's successful lunar mission, expanding into solar research.

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Historic Leap: India joins the global scientific community in solar exploration with Aditya-L1.