Radiation measurements on the International Space Station
Badhwar, G. D. (2001). "Radiation measurements on the International Space Station." Phys Med 17 Suppl 1: 287-91
The International Space Station (ISS) is becoming a reality with the docking of the Russian Service module (Zarya) with the Unity module (Zaveda). ISS will be in a nominal 51.65-degree inclination by 400 km orbit. This paper reviews the currently planned radiation measurements, which are in many instances, based on experiments previously flown on the Space Shuttle. Results to be expected based on Shuttle measurements are presented.
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