Aditya (Sanskrit: आदित्य, lit: Sun, ) or Aditya-L1 is a spacecraft whose mission is to study the Sun. It was conceptualised by the Advisory Committee for Space Research in January 2008. It has been designed and will be built in collaboration between Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and various Indian research organizations and will be launched by ISRO around 2019-2020. This will be the first Indian space mission to study the Sun, and also the first Indian mission to be placed at Lagrangian point L1 -- far away from the Earth from where continuous solar observations are possible. Only NASA and ESA have successfully placed satellites at the L1 point as of date. An experimental budget of 3 Crore INR has been allocated it for the financial year 2016-17.

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  • أديتيا (بالسنسكريتية: आदित्य وتعني الشمس ) وهو مسبار فضائي وزنه 100 كغ مهمته دراسة الشمس بني هذا المسبار وأطلق من قبل منظمة بحوث فضائية هندية. ويهدف إلى دراسة ديناميكية الهالة الشمسية والانبعاث الكتلي الإكليلي وتطور الهالة الشمسية. (ar)
  • Aditya (en sanscrit Soleil) ou Aditya-1 est un observatoire spatial développé par l'Inde pour étudier le Soleil qui doit être lancé vers 2015/2016. Le projet a été lancé en 2008 en application des recommandations du Comité consultatif de la Recherche Spatial (Advisory Committee for Space Research) indien. La conception et la réalisation de l'observatoire spatial sont pris en charge par l'agence spatiale indienne l'ISRO. Le satellite d'une masse d'environ 400 kg et dont le cout de développement est estimé à 10 millions $ emporte un coronographe et doit étudier les phénomènes qui se déroulent au sein de la couronne solaire Il doit être placé sur une orbite terrestre basse à 600 km d'altitude. (fr)
  • Aditya (Sanskrit: आदित्य, lit: Sun, ) or Aditya-L1 is a spacecraft whose mission is to study the Sun. It was conceptualised by the Advisory Committee for Space Research in January 2008. It has been designed and will be built in collaboration between Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and various Indian research organizations and will be launched by ISRO around 2019-2020. This will be the first Indian space mission to study the Sun, and also the first Indian mission to be placed at Lagrangian point L1 -- far away from the Earth from where continuous solar observations are possible. Only NASA and ESA have successfully placed satellites at the L1 point as of date. An experimental budget of 3 Crore INR has been allocated it for the financial year 2016-17. (en)
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  • أديتيا (بالسنسكريتية: आदित्य وتعني الشمس ) وهو مسبار فضائي وزنه 100 كغ مهمته دراسة الشمس بني هذا المسبار وأطلق من قبل منظمة بحوث فضائية هندية. ويهدف إلى دراسة ديناميكية الهالة الشمسية والانبعاث الكتلي الإكليلي وتطور الهالة الشمسية. (ar)
  • Aditya (Sanskrit: आदित्य, lit: Sun, ) or Aditya-L1 is a spacecraft whose mission is to study the Sun. It was conceptualised by the Advisory Committee for Space Research in January 2008. It has been designed and will be built in collaboration between Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and various Indian research organizations and will be launched by ISRO around 2019-2020. This will be the first Indian space mission to study the Sun, and also the first Indian mission to be placed at Lagrangian point L1 -- far away from the Earth from where continuous solar observations are possible. Only NASA and ESA have successfully placed satellites at the L1 point as of date. An experimental budget of 3 Crore INR has been allocated it for the financial year 2016-17. (en)
  • Aditya (en sanscrit Soleil) ou Aditya-1 est un observatoire spatial développé par l'Inde pour étudier le Soleil qui doit être lancé vers 2015/2016. Le projet a été lancé en 2008 en application des recommandations du Comité consultatif de la Recherche Spatial (Advisory Committee for Space Research) indien. La conception et la réalisation de l'observatoire spatial sont pris en charge par l'agence spatiale indienne l'ISRO. (fr)
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  • أديتيا (مسبار) (ar)
  • Aditya (satellite) (fr)
  • Aditya (satellite) (en)
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