Indian scientists will now conquer the Sun, growing India is not going to stop now


India has been an infinite storehouse of knowledge and science since ancient times. From ethics, self-development and deep research to medicine, philosophy, meaning and solar system, our sages and sages have provided such information, which the world came to know much later.

After the historic and unforgettable success of the lunar mission, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is ready to create a new history and conquer another ground and possibly on September 2, 2023 ‘Aditya-L1’ i.e. Sun Mission to study the Sun. Preparing for launch. The ‘Aditya-L1’ spacecraft is designed for remote observation of the solar corona (outermost layers of the Sun) and in situ observation of the solar wind at L-1 (Sun-Earth Lagrangian point), with the help of this mission It will be possible to study the mobility of the weather, the temperature of the sun, solar storms, emissions and the effects of ultraviolet rays on the earth and the ozone layer, which will facilitate in giving a positive turn to the effects on human life. This will be another milestone in India’s space programme. With this launch, India will become the fourth country after the US, Germany and the European Space Agency to send a satellite to the Sun. Aditya L-1 will be placed at Lagrange-1, one of the five points in the orbit of the Earth-Sun system. Here the sun can be monitored even during the eclipse. This point is 15 lakh km from the earth. is far. Definitely Chandrayaan-3’s 3.84 lakh km. The journey of Aditya L-1 will be more challenging and struggle than the journey of Aditya L-1.

Scientists from all over the world are engaged in knowing the secrets of the universe. To understand the solar system in which we live, it is necessary to know the Sun. The energy of the Sun cannot be studied on Earth. Therefore, like other space agencies of the world, ISRO also wants to go near the Sun and study. Its first Sun mission could open new doors for the study of the Sun’s corona, photosphere, chromosphere, solar emission, solar storms and coronal mass ejections, as well as complete imaging of the Sun. The ever-shining Sun, where there are continuous bursts of energy, has always been a matter of mystery. But when these explosions will happen and what will be its effects, the earthlings do not have the exact information. In such a situation, one of the objectives of this telescope is to study them. Scientists believe that such a system can be made by collecting different types of data under the mission, which can be alerted in advance about the damage to the earth. The success of this mission will be another important leap in space for ISRO. This will also increase India’s share in the international space economy, which is just two per cent at present. To increase this, ISRO should get all possible help from the government according to its ambitions.

Many multi-purpose and multi-dimensional plans to build a new India and a strong India are bright to take shape in the immortal period of independence, in those plans ‘Aditya-L1’ is a big project among the plans related to research and study of space, could revolutionize the understanding of the dynamics of Earth and its nearby weather. Sun’s name is also Aditya, so it is no wonder if the campaign or vehicle of this name becomes the center of everyone’s attraction. This campaign will promote an Indian word in the world and make India feel indigenous to the space mission. According to the plan, this vehicle will reach the orbit near the Sun in a total of 125 days. No one can think of going very close to the Sun, but there is a safe orbit near the Sun where a vehicle orbiting the Sun can observe it. The Aditya spacecraft is equipped with seven advanced utility instruments designed to probe various layers of the Sun, from the photosphere and chromosphere to the outermost layer, the corona. The intention is to collect data on all the activities happening near the Sun, so that the total action-reaction of the Sun can be understood. We are unable to make eye contact with the bright Sun, but India’s Aditya Yan will be able to make eye contact with the Sun directly, the four instruments in it will only work to see the Sun, meaning the basic goal of this mission is to see the Sun closely.

India has been an infinite storehouse of knowledge and science since ancient times. From ethics, self-development and deep research to medicine, philosophy, meaning and solar system, our sages and sages have provided such information, which the world came to know much later. Swami Vivekananda has also said that the sutras of modern science are the sutras written in the Vedas in ancient times. The forecast of any disaster or event has been possible in India only on the basis of the knowledge of this solar system. India’s interest and devotion in Sun can be understood naturally. India is such a country where a large number of people live who worship the Sun as a deity and observe festivals and fasts. Surya Namaskar and offering water to the Sun is part of the daily routine in India. Surya is strongly present as a character or character in Indian mythology. No wonder, therefore, Indians will be able to benefit world humanity by studying the sun with more devotion. Because now India is moving on a golden journey from ancient knowledge to modern science.

Certainly, with the far-reaching thinking and encouragement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the country’s scientific thinking and initiatives are getting a new base. That too was a wonderful sight, when the Prime Minister directly reached the ISRO HQ from the BRICS summit and other countries and specially met the scientists and engineers and appreciated their contribution. This was well underlined by the Prime Minister by saying that life is blessed when we see history being made before our eyes and such historical events become an everlasting consciousness in life. Modi has also said that today everyone is saying that 21st century is India’s century. India is the only country which has a huge reservoir of youth power, strong intentions and an independent identity. Earlier it was thought that India will not change at all, but now it is thought that this country of ours is also changing itself and has the potential to change the whole world. This statement of Prime Minister Modi strengthens our belief that the world is seeing light in the beam of light that has emerged from India. Today we have democracy, population and diversity and this triveni has the potential to make every dream of India come true. India’s biggest strength has been the faith of people and the world towards Modi government. This is not without reason. There is a need that different political parties of India also accept its importance.

Just as Chandrayaan-3 finally reached the moon due to the prayers of crores of Indians and the ingenuity and tireless efforts of ISRO scientists, in the same way ‘Aditya-L1’ will also surprise and marvel the world by conquering the Sun. This ambitious campaign will once again make the people of India proud and a wave of pleasant feeling and energy will run across the country. With the success of this Maha Surya Abhiyan, a unique self-confidence will arise in the people of India, the courage will be high that we will be able to complete any complex task and get the eligibility to be a world leader.

-Lalit Garg

(The author is a senior journalist and columnist)

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