27 January 1997 System for space patrol of solar ionizing radiation
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The solar extreme ultraviolet EUV and x-ray radiation is the main source of energy in the upper atmosphere and ionosphere of Earth. However the permanent satellite monitoring of the EUV and soft x-ray radiation still does not exist. This fact exclusively connected with technical difficulties of space measurements and calibration in this spectral range. The project is based on the experience in the development, creating and exploration of radiometers and grating spectrometers for measurements of absolute solar ionizing fluxes on the Soviet satellites. The main methodological characteristics of the measurements and information processing are given.
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Sergey V. Avakyan, Sergey V. Avakyan, Sergei V. Murashov, Sergei V. Murashov, Ivan M. Pribilovsky, Ivan M. Pribilovsky, Gennady V. Sazonov, Gennady V. Sazonov, Alexander I. Yefremov, Alexander I. Yefremov, Leonid D. Fedotov, Leonid D. Fedotov, Michael I. Kislitsky, Michael I. Kislitsky, Andrei P. Moshkanchev, Andrei P. Moshkanchev, Boris I. Poletaev, Boris I. Poletaev, Vladimir I. Sapozhnikov, Vladimir I. Sapozhnikov, } "System for space patrol of solar ionizing radiation", Proc. SPIE 2957, Advanced and Next-Generation Satellites II, (27 January 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.265437; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.265437
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