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Landmark for India as first solar observatory Aditya-L1 reaches its destination: PM


In this file photo of Sept. 2, 2023, ISRO's PSLV-C57 carrying Aditya-L1 -- India's maiden solar mission spacecraft, lifts off from the launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre, in Sriharikota. ISRO on Saturday, Jan. 6, 2024, performed the final manoeuver to inject Aditya-L1 spacecraft into its destination orbit -- Lagrange Point-1. (Photo: PTI)

NEW DELHI (PTI): India's first solar observatory Aditya-L1 has reached its destination, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Saturday, asserting that it is a testament to the relentless dedication of scientists in realising one of the most complex and intricate space missions.

PM Modi said he joins the nation in applauding this extraordinary feat.

"India creates yet another landmark. India's first solar observatory Aditya-L1 reaches it destination. It is a testament to the relentless dedication of our scientists in realising among the most complex and intricate space missions," the Prime Minister said on X.

"I join the nation in applauding this extraordinary feat. We will continue to pursue new frontiers of science for the benefit of humanity," he said.

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