After the success of Chandrayaan-3, India’s space agency ISRO has launched the ‘Aditya L-1’ mission to solve the mysteries of the Sun. This ambitious solar space mission of ISRO which was launched on September 2 from Srihari Kota, Andhra Pradesh. It is India’s first solar mission which will study the mystery of the sunspots, which have become a puzzle for the space scientists. If seen from the astrological point of view, in the third chapter ‘Aditya-Chaar-Adhyay’ of Varahamihir’s Brihat Samhita, written in the fifth century, the spots falling on the sun have been described as ‘Tamas Kilaks’. It has been said that the shape and type of these Tamas keelakas i.e. sunspots and after their appearance, the earth’s weather, crops, rain and other auspicious and inauspicious results have been given in detail in the ‘Aditya Char Adhyay’ of the Brihat Samhita. Astrologers in India has been using the appearence of Sunspots for their predictions on weather, earthquake, war and epidemics etc. since time immortal. The current Muhurata chart of Aditya L-1 indicates that this solar mission of India will be a success like Chandrayaan-3 recently.
Aditya L-1 Solar Mission was launched on Saturday, 2nd September at 11.50 am. from Srihari Kota Andhra Pradesh (79 E 58′ and 14 N 26′)
The launching of this solar mission was in the ‘Abhijeet Muhurt’ which is considered auspicious. Sunrise was at 6.01 am and sunset at Sriharikota on 2nd September was at 6.07 pm only. Therefore, midnoon will be at 12.03 pm, due to which there will be Abhijeet Muhurta 24 minutes before, and after this time which is considered auspicious according to the texts of Muhurta. Thus, the launching of Adiya L-1 at 11:50 hours is within the range of auspicious Abhijeet Muhurata which is auspicious.
Similarity in the Muhurat Kundli of Chandrayaan-3 and Aditya L-1
At the time of launch of Aditya L-1, Scorpio Ascendant was rising. Coincidentally, at the time of launch of Chandrayaan-3, Scorpio Ascendant was also at the horizon. Presently Sun is transiting in its own sign Leo and there is an auspicious aspect of Jupiter from Aries sign on it .On the day of launch of Aditya L-1, the Tritiya Tithi of Krishna Paksha and Uttar Bhadrapada Nakshatra was present, which is consider good for auspicious tasks. Uttara-Bhadarapada is a Urdhwa Mukha (upward looking) Nakshtra which is good for space missions.
Apart from this in the Muhurat chart the ninth house lord Moon is in the fifth house and has a good aspect relationship with the lord of the ascendant, Mars, which will give good success to this solar mission. Aditya L-1 will reach a distance of 15 lakh kilometers after 100 days of its launch. This solar mission is aimed at reaching Lagrange Point 1 in the space where no other country has been able to explore. Just as India became the first country in the world to send a satellite to the South Pole of the Moon, ISRO is now doing the same experiment in its Soar Mission. This satellite Aditya L-1 will reach Lagrange Point 1 in its scheduled time and will create a history
as such a possibility is visible from the astrological point of view.
But in the Muhurta horoscope, the presence of Gulika in the tenth house in the same degrees with the Sun and the aspects of cruel planets like Mars and Saturn on the Navamsha ascendant is an astrological indication of this Solar Mission being 80 to 90% successful in its overall objective.