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Design of a large aperture Space-based Proton and Electron Energy Detector as payload of IITMSAT
Published in IEEE Computer Society
2015
Volume: 2015-September
   
Pages: 5 - 10
Abstract
IITMSAT is a student satellite being developed with a mission to measure charged particle energies and fluxes, and to study the precipitation of these particles from the Van Allen radiation belts. The Space-based Proton Electron Energy Detector (SPEED) is the payload detector aboard IITMSAT which is designed to carry out the mission of charge particle detection and energy measurement in low earth orbit (LEO). This paper details the design of the detector that meets the challenging requirements posed by the mission. © 2015 IEEE.
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JournalData powered by TypesetInternational Conference on Space Science and Communication, IconSpace
PublisherData powered by TypesetIEEE Computer Society
ISSN21654301
Open AccessNo
Concepts (18)
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    Charged particles
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    Dissociation
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    Electron energy levels
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    Ionizing radiation
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    Orbits
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    Particle detectors
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    Precipitation (chemical)
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    RADIATION BELTS
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    Signal detection
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    CHARGE PARTICLE DETECTION
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    ELECTRON ENERGIES
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    LOW EARTH ORBIT(LEO)
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    PARTICLE BURSTS
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    PARTICLE ENERGY
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    SEISMO-ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS
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    VAN ALLEN BEL
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    VAN ALLEN RADIATION BELTS
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    Earth (planet)