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Aditya L1 Mission: ISRO gave an update on the Surya mission, this change took place in the vehicle for 16 seconds on October 6.

  New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has shared a new update on its first Sun mission. In fact, the Aditya L-1 spacecraft is fully recovered and on its way to the Sun-Earth L1. Posted by ISRO Sharing a post on social media platform X, ISRO said that on October 6, the Trajectory Correction Maneuver (TCM) worked for 16 seconds. "The spacecraft is healthy and moving towards Sun-Earth L1. A Trajectory Correction Maneuver (TCM) performed for about 16 seconds on October 6, at the trans-Lagrangian point on September 19," the post said. was done. This was required. Correct the evaluated trajectory after the Track 1 Insertion (TL1I) maneuver. The TCM ensures that the spacecraft is on its intended path toward insertion into the halo orbit around L1. . A few days." The engine shut down for 16 seconds According to the information provided by ISRO, the spacecraft is continuously moving towards the sun. On October 6, it was slightly changed to 16 seconds. ISRO said in its statement that this was necessary to correct the trajectory after tracking the Trans-Lagrangian Point Insertion (TL1I) performed on September 19. As the spacecraft moves forward, the magnometer will reset.