The European Space Agency (ESA) plans to launch an artificial solar eclipse through its Proba-3 mission this year.

ISRO will assist in the mission, with the mission expected to be launched at the end of the year using the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

 The main objective of the mission is to create an "artificial orbit" (umbra) where one satellite covers the sun and another covers the spacecraft.

The mission aims to identify unknown solar coronae, such as the coronavirus, which is the outermost part of our celestial atmosphere.

 The Proba-3 satellite is currently undergoing final assembly at the Redwire company near Antwerp, Belgium, in preparation for launch.

 ESA recently provided a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art technology to a team of 45 solar physicists working on the PROBA-3 science mission.

The mission will use a coronograph space probe and a covert space probe, operating from 600 kilometers to a maximum altitude of 60,000 kilometers around the Earth's orbit.

The Indian Space Agency (ISDA) has launched the Proba 3 artificial eclipse on the Pratahuvan (Pasidhi Sagittarius) moon, marking a significant step towards a cosmic revolution.