Daily Updates 26th November 2017:
1.November 26: Constitution Day is celebrated
26 November Constitution Day. In 1949, the constitution was passed, which came into effect on January 26, 1950, which opened a new era in the history of India. Since 2015, the government is considering the November 26th Constitutional Day.
The Human Resources Ministry has launched a digital signature campaign to provide information on basic functions enshrined in the Constitution. You can join the campaign by filling out an online form.
2.Sun watchar of India, Aditya-L1 to study solar phenomena
For a short time, in 2019 or 2020, India sends the ISRO’s solar mission to Adithya-L1 Space, a plain area called L1 Largrand Point, to imaging and studying the Sun. This experiment takes place in the early part of the next solar cycle – the sun spots grow on the face of the sun, increase in size and number, and eventually decrease in eleven years. It has many first-hand activities.
- The L1 Point is 1.5 million kilometers away. Here, due to the gentle balance of gravitational forces, the satellite requires little power to maintain its orbit. It is not hidden from the sun. The 1,500 kilogram class satellite is programmed to move in orbit and the world’s first spacecraft to map the Sun’s magnetic field.
- The magnetic field of Surya Corona is the first to read from the two months since the Aditya-L1 launch.
Earlier, in 1995, the NASA-ESA mission SOHO was launched, and when it made many discoveries, its Corragogue was intended for the imprint of the Sun, immediately after the mission was launched. Hence the sun is still not imaging from space. Aditya-L 1 does not fill this gap literally, look deep in sunshine than Soho.
In addition, particle payloads study the particle flux from the Sun and reach the L1 orbit, and the magnetometer estimates the difference of magnetic field strength in the Halo orbit around the payload L1. These payloads are kept outside of the earth’s magnetic field and are not useful in low Earth orbit.
For the first time in 2008, a 400-kilometer-satellite satellite was offered a scientific device with a coron paragraph, which increased the size and range, altering the plan. Aditya-L1 carries seven payloads. Each of which makes the space around the tracks of the charged particles stimulated by the sun during the sun or coronal mass ejections.
In addition, the Aditya Solar Wind Particle Experiment (ASPEX) and the Plasma Analiser Package (PAPA) for Aditya study the elements that affect the space environment. The source of solar wind ions, their reaction to the coronal mass ejections, the distribution of it in the heliosphere – the space around the Sun that spreads to Pluto – and so on.
3.President Invagators International Gita Mahotsava – 2017
Indian President Ramnath kovind launched the International Gita Mahotsava -2017 at Kurukshetra in Haryana on November 25, 2017.
On the occasion, the President also noted the efforts made by the Haryana people to improve child sex ratio in the state. He praised the government of Haryana’s efforts in this regard. He emphasized the importance of women’s empowerment in the state to promote this process.