Ananth Technologies partnered with ISRO for Aditya-L1 Program

Hyderabad-based Ananth Technologies (ATL) has announced that it partnered with Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in the country’s first-ever solar mission – Aditya-L1 program.

Notably, Ananth Technologies provided several avionics packages, including on-board computers, Star sensors, Modular EED systems and payload DC-DC converters for the Aditya-L1.

In a release, the company sad that for Aditya-L1 program, it played a role by manufacturing numerous avionics packages.

These packages encompass a wide array of components, including on-board computers, Star sensor, Modular EED systems, payload DC-DC converters, etc. For PSLV-C57 launch vehicle, ATL supplied 48 subsystems such as SARB, NGCP, Quad SBU, tracking transponder and various other interface units and did complete Assembly, Integrationand Testing (AIT).

The PSLV-C57 is said to be the seventh launch vehicle successfully integrated by ATL team and five more launch vehicles are currently under integration.

The company is a partner for ISRO in precision engineering and high reliability manufacturing for space applications.

Noteworthy, India’s first solar mission, Aditya-L1 was successfully launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh on 2nd September 2023 .

Aditya is travelling on the ISRO-designed, 320-tonne PSLV XL rocket that has powered earlier launches to the Moon and Mars.

Basically, Aditya-L1 is a satellite dedicated to the comprehensive study of the Sun.

Further, it has seven distinct payloads – five by ISRO and two by academic institutions – to observe the photosphere, chromosphere and the outermost layers of the Sun (the corona) using electromagnetic and particle and magnetic field detectors.