ISRO scientists pray for the success of the Aditya L-1 project in Tirupati temple

In Hyderabad, ISRO scientists visited the Elumalaiyan temple in Tirupati to seek blessings for the success of the Aditya L-1 project. The Aditya L1 spacecraft, developed by ISRO, is aimed at studying the Sun, specifically focusing on the low-density corona in the outer region and the first three layers of the Sun. Currently stationed at the Satish Dhawan Space Research Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, the Aditya L-1 spacecraft is scheduled for launch on Saturday at 11.50 am using the PSLV XL rocket. Preparations for the rocket launch are in full swing, with successful completion of internal tests and a test flight already conducted. Today, at 11.50 am, the 24-hour countdown to the rocket launch has officially commenced. In light of this critical moment, ISRO scientists visited the temple in Tirupati to seek divine blessings for the triumph of the Aditya L-1 project. A model resembling the Aditya L-1 spacecraft, on a scale similar to that was placed within the Elumalaiyan temple for darshan (sacred viewing). The administrators of the Elumalaiyan Temple extended a warm welcome to the scientists, facilitating their darshan of God and invoking spiritual support for the mission’s success.

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