The fourth Earth-bound maneuver (EBN#4) for the Aditya-L1 mission was successfully executed.

ISRO's ground stations in Mauritius, Bengaluru, SDSC-SHAR, and Port Blair played a crucial role in tracking the satellite during the operation.

A transportable terminal stationed in Fiji supported post-burn operations for Aditya-L1.

The new orbit parameters are 256 kilometers at closest approach and 121,973 kilometers at farthest point.

The Trans-Lagrangean Point 1 Insertion (TL1I) maneuver is scheduled for September 19, 2023, around 02:00 Hrs. IST.

Aditya-L1 mission focuses on studying the Sun's outermost layer, the corona, and its effects on space weather.

Aditya-L1 is India's first dedicated solar mission, equipped with advanced instruments for solar observations.

The success of EBN#4 maneuver showcases ISRO's engineering expertise and operational proficiency.

Aditya-L1's mission holds promise for advancing our understanding of solar phenomena and their impact on Earth.

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