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Environmental radiation measurements on MIR station
E. V. Benton
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||E.V. Benton and A.L. Frank, E.R. Benton.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-205067., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-205067.|
|Contributions||Frank, A. L., Benton, E. R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Environmental radiation measurements on MIR station: program internal experiment, program external experiment: year 2 progress report, contract no. NCC [E V Benton; A L Frank; E R Benton; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Environmental radiation levels on the Russian space station Mir are being monitored under differing shielding conditions by a series of six area passive dosimeters (APDs) placed at individual locations inside the Core and Kvant 2 modules, and by an External Dosimeter Array (EDA) to be-deployed on the exterior surface of the Kvant 2 : E.
Benton, A. Frank and E. Benton. Radiation measurements inside the Mir station were carried out using six Area Passive Dosimeters (APD), four located inside the Mir Base Block and two located inside the Kvant 2 module, during the NASA-2/Mir, NASA-3/Mir and NASA-4/Mir : E.
Benton, A. Frank, E. Benton. Radiation measurements inside the Mir station were carried out using six Area Passive Dosimeters (APD), four located inside the Mir Base Block and two located inside the Kvant 2 module, during the NASA-2/Mir, NASA-3/Mir and NASA-4/Mir missions.
The radiation environment under low shielding was measured using an External Dosimeter Array (EDA) mounted on the outer surface of Author: E. Benton, A. Frank and E. Benton. Environmental radiation levels on the Russian space station Mir are being monitored under differing shielding conditions by a series of six area passive dosimeters (APDs) placed at individual locations inside the Core and Kvant 2 modules, and by an External Dosimeter Array (EDA) to be-deployed on the exterior surface of the Kvant 2 module.
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 magnetic storms, and a mean solar radio flux level reaching ×Jansky that has been observed in the last 40 years.
Radiation measurements, including the direct comparison of US and Russian absorbed dose rates in the Base Block of the Mir station, were made during the Mir and missions. There is a significant variation of dose rates across the core module; the six locations sampled showed a variation of a factor of nearly two.
Abstract Measurements on board the MIR space station by Bulgarian-Russian dosimeter LIULIN have been used to study the solar cycle variations of the radiation environment. The fixed locations of the instrument in the MIR manned compartment behind g/cm2 of shielding have given homogeneous series of particle fluxes and doses measurements to be.
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Over time, RadNet sample testing and monitoring results reveal the normal background levels of environmental radiation. Measurements by LIULIN dosimeter-radiometer on board the MIR space station have been used for detailed study of the dose rate and flux distribution after Solar Proton Events (SPE) in the Toggle navigation Life Sciences Data Archive.
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