DOSIMIR — Radiation Measurements Inside the Soviet Space Station MIR
In space respectively in a space station humans and matter are exposed to heavy particles as well as to electromagnetic ionizing radiation (X-rays, gamma radiation) with various energies.
KeywordsLinear Energy Transfer Glow Curve Nuclear Track Detector Solar Particle Event South Atlantic Anomaly
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