Corpus ID: 29365959

Cosmic Ray Exposure in Aircraft and Space Flight

  title={Cosmic Ray Exposure in Aircraft and Space Flight},
  author={T. Kosako},


SHOWING 1-10 OF 17 REFERENCES, Interplanetary crew exposure estimates for the August
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Dosimetry for occupational exposure to cosmic radiation.
D dose estimation procedures will not be necessary for persons for whom total annual doses are not liable to exceed 1 mSv, and therefore, in general, for crew on aircraft not routinely flying above 8 km, where arrangements are made to take account of the exposure of aircraft crew to cosmic radiation. Expand
Cohort study of Air Canada pilots: mortality, cancer incidence, and leukemia risk.
Monitoring of in-flight radiation exposure and long-term follow-up of civil aviation crew members is needed to further assess cancer incidence and leukemia risk in this special occupational group. Expand
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Cosmic radiation exposure of aircrft crew”, Radiological Protection Bulletin, No176, April pp
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Radiation dose estimation to the crew inside the international space station LAB , HAB , NODE 1 , NODE 2 and AIRLOCK Modules ”
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Risk of breast cancer is also increased among Danish female airline cabin attendants
Women made up the overwhelming majority of the cohort, and they were found to have an excess risk of cancer of the breast, and the incidence of cancer among a cohort of Finnish airline cabin attendants was reported. Expand
Incidence of cancer among Finnish airline cabin attendants, 1967-92
Concentration of the excess risks to primary sites sensitive to radiation suggests that ionising radiation during flights may add to the cancer risk of all flight personnel. Expand
Radiation risk of the crew members of the expeditions on the "MIR" station during the 22nd solar activity cycle.
The radiation risk at the end of the flight was calculated for the members of the main expeditions on the "Mir" station. It was based on the absorbed dose dynamics data measured by the boardExpand
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 and the dose rates and cumulative doses to 20 critical body organs are estimated. Expand