India has launched a mission called XPoSat to study black holes.
The mission will also study neutron stars and other celestial objects.
The goal of the mission is to better understand the universe.
XPoSat is equipped with five scientific instruments to study celestial objects.
The instruments include a UV telescope, a soft X-ray telescope, and a hard X-ray telescope.
The mission will also study active galactic nuclei and supernova remnants.
Astrosat was launched on September 28, 2015, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India.
The mission is a collaboration between the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and various Indian universities.
XPoSat is India's first dedicated multi-wavelength space observatory.
The data collected by XPoSat will be used by scientists around the world to study black holes and other celestial objects.
XPoSat is a significant step forward for India's space program and its contributions to the field of astronomy.
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