The first spacebased indian observatory will launch on september 2

The first spacebased observatory in india aims to study the sun

The first spacebased indian observatory to study the sun is scheduled to launch in september

Citizens are invited to witness the launch from the launch view gallery

The preparation for the launch are progressing and the vehicle internal checks are done

The first spacebased indian mission to study the sun will be placed in a halo around the sunearth system

There are advantages to placing a satellite around the l1 point

The spacecraft carries 7 payloads to observe the photoosphere and the outermost layers of the sun

The main objectives of this mission are studying solar upper atmospheric dynamics

Four payloads directly view the sun and three payloads carry out insitu studies of particles and fields