🚀 Following its successful lunar landing, India’s space agency launched a rocket to study the sun on its first solar mission.
The Aditya-L1, named after the ☀️ sun, aims to study solar winds that can cause disturbances on Earth, such as auroras.
This launch comes a week after India overtook Russia by 🛬 landing on the south pole of the moon, demonstrating its growing presence in the space race. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is pushing India’s space missions globally.
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