After the success of Chandrayaan -1, the Indian Space Research Organization has envisaged a Sun mission called “‘Aditya'”. ISRO Chairman G. Madhavan Nair, told the media that the success of Chandrayaan-I has boosted them to perform more and look beyond. ” Aditya has been approved and its operations would begin soon. Sun mission is very critical and one of its kind in the global space research “, Nair added. It is also said that ISRO is developing satellite for Rural Development and the Indian Space Sphere. This will be ready by two and a half year. Chandrayaan-I’s aim is to perform remote sensing of the nearest celestial neighbour for about two years with eleven payloads.