The ALTEA facility on the International Space Station.

@article{Narici2001TheAF,
  title={The ALTEA facility on the International Space Station.},
  author={Livio Narici and V. Bidoli and Marco Casolino and Maria Pia De Pascale and Gianluca Furano and I. Modena and Aldo Morselli and Piergiorigio Picozza and Enzo Reali and Roberta Sparvoli and Silvia Licoccia and Paolo Romagnoli and Enrico Traversa and W. G. Sannita and Alberto Loizzo and A. M. Galper and A Khodarovich and Maxim Korotkov and Alexei Popov and N R Vavilov and S. V. Avdeev and Victor Salnitskii and Oleksiy Shevchenko and Viktor P. Petrov and K. A. Trukhanov and Mirko Boezio and Walter Bonvicini and Andrea Vacchi and Nicola Zampa and Roberto Battiston and G. Mazzenga and M. Ricci and Piero Spillantini and Guido Castellini and P. G. Carlson and Christer Fuglesang},
  journal={Physica medica : PM : an international journal devoted to the applications of physics to medicine and biology : official journal of the Italian Association of Biomedical Physics},
  year={2001},
  volume={17 Suppl 1},
  pages={255-7}
}
The ALTEA project studies the problems related to possible functional damage to the Central Nervous System (CNS) due to particle radiation in space environment. The project is a large international and multi-disciplinary collaboration. The ALTEA instrumentation is an helmet-shaped multi-sensor device that will measure concurrently the dynamics of the functional status of the visual system and the passage of each particle through the brain within a pre-determined energy window. ALTEA is… CONTINUE READING