Title: RISEPix - A Timepix-based radiation monitor telescope onboard the RISESAT satellite
Authors: Filgas, Robert
Malich, Milan
Kuwahara, Toshinori
Broulím, Jan
Holík, Michael
Sakal, Morokot
Murata, Yu
Tomio, Hannah
Gohl, Stefan
Pineda T., Johan M.
Citation: FILGAS, R., MALICH, M., KUWAHARA, T., BROULÍM, J., HOLÍK, M., SAKAL, M., MURATA, Y., TOMIO, H., GOHL, S., PINEDA T., J. M. RISEPix - A Timepix-based radiation monitor telescope onboard the RISESAT satellite. Astronom nachrichten, 2019, ro�. 340, �. 7, s. 674-680. ISSN 0004-6337.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Wiley
Document type: článek
URI: 2-s2.0-85075801287
ISSN: 0004-6337
Keywords in different language: elementary particles;instrumentation;detectors;ISM;cosmic rays;space vehicles;instruments
Abstract in different language: Rapid International Scientific Experiment Satellite (RISESAT) is a small Japanese experimental Earth-observing, science and technology demonstration satellite. One of the scientific instruments onboard is a miniature radiation monitor telescope RISEPix with two Timepix detectors, developed and built at the Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics, Czech Technical University in Prague. After its successful launch in January 2019, RISESAT joined two other still operational satellites with our Timepix-based radiation monitors, SATRAM onboard the ESA satellite Proba-V (launched in 2013) and the Czech VZLUSAT-1 cubesat (launched 2017). In this work, we present general technical and scientific details about the RISESAT satellite mission and the RISEPix module, and a basic comparison of space weather monitoring from SATRAM and VZLUSAT-1 radiation monitors.
Rights: Plný text je přístupný v rámci univerzity přihlášeným uživatelům.
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