Zoom News : Dec 05, 2023, 06:00 AM
ISRO Mission: After the success of Chandrayaan-3 and Aditya L-1, now ISRO will explore the secrets of black hole. The Indian Space Research Organization has made complete preparations for this. This will be the first such mission in the country and the second in the world which will collect information about black holes along with other astronomical phenomena. Till now only NASA has been able to launch such a mission.The name of this ambitious mission of India is X-ray Polarimetry, it is a type of satellite which will find out about different types of astronomical sources. Along with this, two payloads POLIX and XSPECT will also go. Work on this mission was going on for a long time. ISRO Chief S Somnath himself had announced that this mission would be launched by the end of the year.Will be launched on this dayThis first polarimetry mission of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was proposed to be launched by the end of this year. Now ISRO scientists have announced its date. According to a report by HT, scientists have claimed that this mission will be launched by December 28. According to scientists, the purpose of this mission is to investigate intense X-ray sources and polarization. It focuses on time domain studies and spectroscopy along with solving the mysteries of astronomy which is going to be very special for India.What will happen from XPoSat mission?India's X-ray polarimetry mission will prove to be very special, according to the information given on the ISRO website, this mission will solve astronomical mysteries like neutron stars, galactic nuclei, pulsar wind nebulae and black holes. Apart from this, it will also help in understanding the degree of polarization and angle of polarization and other such processes, so that India can gain information which is unknown till now.Two payloads will accompany the missionThis mission of ISRO will reduce the problems of Indian astronomers to a great extent. Two payloads will be sent with this. In this, POLIX will work to measure the parameters of polarization. Apart from this, their degree and angle will also be seen. Apart from this, the XSPECT (X-ray Spectroscopy and Timing) payload will provide spectroscopic information in the energy range of 0.8-15 keV. It is being prepared in collaboration with UR Rao Satellite Centre. However, its primary payload has been made by Polix Raman Research Institute.