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26 August 2015 Xenon gamma-ray spectrometer in the experiment Signal on board the spacecraft Interhelioprobe
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In the experiment SIGNAL, which is planned to take place on board spacecraft INTERHELIOPROBE, a xenon gammaray spectrometer is to be used. The gamma-ray spectrometer in question has been chosen because of its characteristics permitting detailed study of solar gamma-radiation under rough experimental conditions. The equipment is able to provide: high energy resolution (5-6-fold better than that of scintillation detectors), performance at high temperatures, steady operation under significant vibroacoustic load, and high radiation resistance of the working medium. The aforesaid properties of the xenon gamma-ray spectrometer meet goals and objectives of the experiment SIGNAL. The description of ballistics scenario and operation orbit of the INTERHELIOPROBE spacecraft (SC) are presented.
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Alexander S. Novikov, Sergey E. Ulin, Valery V. Dmitrenko, Victor M. Grachev, Viktor N. Stekhanov, Konstantin F. Vlasik, Ziyaetdin M. Uteshev, Irina V. Chernysheva, Alexander E. Shustov, and Denis V. Petrenko "Xenon gamma-ray spectrometer in the experiment Signal on board the spacecraft Interhelioprobe", Proc. SPIE 9593, Hard X-Ray, Gamma-Ray, and Neutron Detector Physics XVII, 95930L (26 August 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2186635
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