ISRO to Launch Aditya-L1 India’s 1st Mission To Study The Sun in 2020 Says Mylswamy Annadurai : The Indian space agency – Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is going to make some great progress towards launching upcoming main satellites. ISRO has planned to launch 4 more key satellites in the next 3 months this year.
By the end of three years, ISRO has a target of the launching of 70 satellites.
Director, Mr. Mylswamy stated that ISRO would launch ‘Aditya-L1’, the first mission of ISRO to study the Sun.
Director at ISRO satellite center, Mr. Mylswamy informed that India has launched 10 satellites between August 2015 and August 2016. He added that 4 more launches SCATSAT-1 and INSAT-3DR on September 2016r, GSAT-18 in October 2016 and ResourceSat-2A in November 2016.
Annadurai also informed that India has decided to go solo in the Chandrayan-II project, without taking help from Russian space agency. The Chandrayan-II project is expected to be launched by the year 2018.