In a remarkable achievement, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has unveiled captivating images, including a “selfie,” of our Earth and the Moon, all captured by the camera on-board the Aditya-L1 solar mission spacecraft.

The Aditya-L1 mission, aimed at reaching the Sun-Earth L1 point, has achieved this remarkable feat of capturing a celestial selfie and mesmerizing images of the Earth and the Moon. ISRO, headquartered in Bengaluru, India, proudly announced this milestone through its official channels.

The images showcase two key instruments aboard the Aditya-L1 spacecraft, namely the VELC (Visible Emission Line Coronagraph) and SUIT (Solar Ultraviolet Imager), as observed by the spacecraft’s camera. These images were captured on September 4, 2023, marking a historic moment in the mission.

In addition to these instrument visuals, ISRO also shared the breathtaking images of our home planet, Earth, and its celestial companion, the Moon, as seen through the lens of the spacecraft’s camera.

This achievement underscores the remarkable advancements in space technology and the dedication of ISRO’s scientists and engineers. The Aditya-L1 mission continues to contribute valuable data and insights into the study of the Sun, Earth, and the space environment.

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These images serve as a testament to the scientific prowess and innovation of India’s space agency, as it continues to expand our understanding of the cosmos and our place within it. The captivating visuals remind us of the beauty and wonder of the universe and inspire further exploration and discovery in the realm of space exploration.