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R3D-B, radiation risk radiometer-dosimeter on BIOPAN (Foton) and EXPOSE on the International Space Station (ISS)


Publication Details
Author(s): Streb C, Richter P, Lebert M, Dachev T, Häder DP
Publication year: 2002
Volume: 518
Conference Proceedings Title: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND EUROPEAN WORKSHOP ON EXO-ASTROBIOLOGY
Pages range: 71-74
ISSN: 0379-6566

Event details
Event: 18TH ESA SYMPOSIUM ON EUROPEAN ROCKET AND BALLOON PROGRAMMES AND RELATED RESEARCH
Event location: Graz
Start date of the event: 16/09/2002
End date of the event: 19/09/2002

Abstract

The radiation risk radiometer-dosimeter R3D is designed to measure the radiation climate during the long-term life science experiment SPORES on the ISS. In October 2002 the device will be tested under space conditions on the Biopan facility of the Foton satellite. During the whole BIOPAN-4 campaign the solar and ionizing conditions will be monitored by this newly developed measurement device. The R3D is based on two existing prototypes: first the ELDONET system (developed for the European light dosimeter network) used for terrestrial monitoring of solar radiation (UV-A, UV-B and photosynthetically active radiation) and second the measurement of ionizing radiation in space by the Liulin instrument on the MIR space station.



How to cite
APA: Streb, C., Richter, P., Lebert, M., Dachev, T., & Häder, D.-P. (2002). R3D-B, radiation risk radiometer-dosimeter on BIOPAN (Foton) and EXPOSE on the International Space Station (ISS). In PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND EUROPEAN WORKSHOP ON EXO-ASTROBIOLOGY (pp. 71-74). Graz, AT.

MLA: Streb, Christine, et al. "R3D-B, radiation risk radiometer-dosimeter on BIOPAN (Foton) and EXPOSE on the International Space Station (ISS)." Proceedings of the 18TH ESA SYMPOSIUM ON EUROPEAN ROCKET AND BALLOON PROGRAMMES AND RELATED RESEARCH, Graz 2002. 71-74.

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