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Abstract Radiobiology experiments performed in space are deemed necessary for validation of risk-assessment methods. The understanding of space radiobiology experiments must combine knowledge of theExpand
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Radiation measurements on the Mir Orbital Station.
Radiation measurements made onboard the MIR Orbital Station have spanned nearly a decade and covered two solar cycles, including one of the largest solar particle events, one of the largest magneticExpand
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Space Radiation Absorbed Dose Distribution in a Human Phantom
Abstract Badhwar, G. D., Atwell, W., Badavi, F. F., Yang, T. C. and Cleghorn, T. F. Space Radiation Absorbed Dose Distribution in a Human Phantom. Radiat. Res. 157, 76–91 (2002). The radiation riskExpand
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Cosmic ray hit frequencies in critical sites in the central nervous system.
One outstanding question to be addressed in assessing the risk of exposure to space travelers from galactic cosmic rays (GCR) outside the geomagnetosphere is to ascertain the effects of singleExpand
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Temporal analysis of the October 1989 proton flare using computerized anatomical models.
The GOES-7 time history data of hourly averaged integral proton fluxes at various particle kinetic energies are analyzed for the solar proton event that occurred between October 19 and 29, 1989. ByExpand
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Cosmic ray hits in the central nervous system at solar maximum.
It has been suggested that a manned mission to Mars be launched at solar maximum rather than at solar minimum to minimize the radiation exposure to galactic cosmic rays. It is true that the number ofExpand
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Observations of the SAA radiation distribution by Liulin-E094 instrument on ISS
Abstract Space radiation measurements were made on the International Space Station (ISS) with the Bulgarian Liulin-E094 instrument, which contains 4 Mobile Dosimetry Units (MDU), and the NASA TissueExpand
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Measurements of the linear energy transfer spectra on the Mir orbital station and comparison with radiation transport models.
A tissue equivalent proportional counter designed to measure the linear energy transfer spectra (LET) in the range 0.2-1250 keV/micrometer was flown in the Kvant module on the Mir orbital stationExpand
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Radiation environment on the Mir orbital station during solar minimum.
The Mir station has been in a 51.65 degrees inclination orbit since March 1986. In March 1995, the first US astronaut flew on the Mir-18 mission and returned on the Space Shuttle in July 1995. SinceExpand
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Radiation Environments for Deep-Space Missions and Exposure Estimates
Humans and onboard space systems (electronics, materials, payloads and experiments) are exposed to the deleterious effects of the harsh space radiations found in the space environment. The purpose ofExpand
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