After US, New light on Black Holes by ISRO

INDIA-The second nation is India.

“Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer” (IXPE), a comparable satellite, was launched in 2021 by NASA, the US space agency. It was the first nation to accomplish this. The second nation on this list is India.

On the first day of the New Year, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) achieved a new milestone. On Monday, ISRO was able to successfully launch the nation’s first “polarimetry” project, called “ExpoSat,” which will investigate a variety of enigmatic space wonders, such as galaxies and black holes.

Within the allotted time, at 9.10 am, the launch vehicle ‘PSLV-C58’ carrying the ‘ExpoSat’ satellite blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, 650 km from the ground. The satellite was successfully launched into a high-altitude orbit by ISRO.

More than a dozen satellites will be launched by ISRO by 2024 as part of an ambitious “space flight”; launch success.

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