Amaravati: With the success of the Chandrayaan-3 launch redoubled, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said in a statement on Wednesday that the technical internal checks of the Aditya L-1 launch to study the atmospheric conditions of the Sun have been completed. It has been said that the launch will be carried out from the Satish Thawan Space Center at 11.50 am on Saturday. Officials revealed that the main objective of the Aditya project is to study the solar atmosphere in depth with the help of the Corinography instrument. This satellite will be launched in a long range orbit at a distance of about 15 lakh kilometers from the earth. The satellite to be launched by Aditya L-1 weighs around 1500 Kg.ISRO sources said that the Aditya L-1 was developed in partnership with various national research institutes in the country. Aditya L-1 has a total of 7 payloads installed.. ISRO officials revealed that this program was designed to study the effect of the most powerful light emitted from the sun.