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Cosmic ray exposure & linear-energy-transfer evaluations for the COBE mission
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md
Written in English
|Statement||E.G. Stassinopoulos, J.M. Barth|
|Series||NASA-TM -- 87398, NASA technical memorandum -- 87398|
|Contributions||Barth, J. M, Goddard Space Flight Center|
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Magnetospherically attenuated, orbit integrated, surface incident cosmic ray fluxes of galactic origin were determined for the COBE mission. All heavy ions up to nickel (z) were considered in this evaluation.
In order to provide worst case approximations, estimates were based on solar minimum. Get this from a library. Cosmic ray exposure & linear-energy-transfer evaluations for the COBE mission.
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Technical Report: Preliminary estimates of galactic cosmic ray exposures for manned interplanetary missionsCited by: 4. A model of galactic cosmic rays for use in calculating linear energy transfer spectra The CRRES mission carried 10+o2 10+01 "~ 10+oo 0 Z > o4 O9 O9 t'X/ 1 i0-oo o re7 10a l0s 10a Kinetic Energy (MeV/Nucleon~ Fig.
This paper describes a GCR model which is based upon our Cited by: 2 Galactic Cosmic Ray Models. Galactic cosmic ray models are an important input into radiation transport models as the GCR models provide the boundary condition of GCR particles that is transported through materials and, along with other physics models such as atomic cross sections and nuclear cross sections, ultimately determine the number and Cited by: 6.
space worker and career exposure limits came into focus with late somatic effects seen as the ultimate limiting factor on mission activity (ref. Such a radical shift in astronaut exposure patterns led to a reevaluation of the importance of low-level GCR background exposures.
A model of galactic cosmic rays for use in calculating linear energy transfer spectra: Authors: Chen, J Environment Models, Galactic Cosmic Rays, Interplanetary Medium, Linear Energy Transfer (Let), Spectral Energy Distribution, Crres (Satellite), Interstellar Space, Light Elements, Single Event Upsets (CRRES) mission are presented.
Galactic Cosmic Ray (GCR) exposure during the deep solar minimum in calculated. Assessment for near-Earth interplanetary space & ISS orbit using GCR model by Matthia et al., a. Highest absorbed dose & dose equivalent rates estimated in late since Cited by: Achetez et téléchargez ebook Cosmic Ray Exposure & Linear-Energy-Transfer Evaluations for the COBE Mission (English Edition): Boutique Kindle - Science: at: Format Kindle.
description of the cosmic ray induced particle environment and determine the effects from long and short term variations . Spurny et al.  with similar equipment on board of Czech Airlines during the year were able to register the solar cosmic ray event GLE60 on Ap as well as the Forbush decreases on April 12 and Novem 1.
Background: Galactic Cosmic Rays and Human Health  In balloon flights in –, Hess [, ] first measured a form of radiation that intensified with altitude.
Millikan and Bowen realized that this radiation couldn't come from the Sun since its intensity didn't vary from day to night, and thus called it “Cosmic Ray” radiation. The majority of this radiation is from Cited by: account as part of occupational exposure to radiation.
More re-cently, a comprehensive database, using aircraft measurements made by a low-LET-radiation spectrometer to enable a mapping of doses and linear-energy transfer spectra at aviation latitudes was used to generate a.
Impact of high-energy cosmic-ray protons and ions on the elements of spacecraft on-board devices. The nature of the limitations in the concept of linear energy transfer, including the effects. Cosmic Ray Exposure & Linear-Energy-Transfer Evaluations for the COBE Mission | E. Stassinopoulos | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Taschenbuch.
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