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Dosimetric control on board the MIR space station during the solar proton events of September–October 1989
Abstract A set of dosimetric units for the control of radiation doses to cosmonauts on board the MIR space station contains an active dosimeter R-16 and a personal display dosimeter IPD-2. During theExpand
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ANALYSIS OF RADIATION DOSE INCREASES CAUSED BY SOLAR COSMIC RAY EVENTS OBSERVED BY THE RADIATION MONITORING SYSTEM ON THE RUSSIAN SEGMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
Abstract From August 2001 a radiation monitoring system has been functioning on board the Russian segment of International Space Station. Distinction of this system from all previous ones consists inExpand
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Absorbed doses in October–November 2003 onboard the Russian segment of the International Space Station according to the data of radiation control system
The results of radiation control onboard the Service Module of the International Space Station are considered for the period of increased radiation background from 28 to 30 October, 2003. The valuesExpand
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Geostationary orbit plasma pressure variations according to gorizont satellite data
Abstract Plasma and energetic particles pressure distribution is studied using data from the plasma and energetic particle experiment (0.1 –133 keV) onboard the Gorizont-35 geostationary satelliteExpand
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Solar proton increases and dynamics of the electron outer radiation belt during solar events in December 2006
Increases in solar protons and variations in the electron and proton fluxes from the outer radiation belt are studied based on the GLONASS satellite measurements (the circular orbit at an altitude ofExpand
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Artificial electron and ion beam effects: Active Plasma Experiment
The Active Plasma Experiment uses intensive electron beam emission for the study of dynamic processes in the magnetosphere and upper ionosphere. The beam energy and current are as high as 8 keV andExpand
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