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Absorbed dose rate estimation for protons, leptons and helium observed with AMS01 experiment in Low Earth Orbit during STS-91 mission

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Autori: Maria Ionica, B. Alpat, G. Ambrosi, R. Battiston, B. Bertucci, W. Burger, D. Caraffini, N.Dinu, G.Esposito, E.Fiandrini, R. Ionica, M.Pauluzzi, M.Menichelli, P.Zuccon

Editorial: Oxford Publ., Radiation Protection Dosimetry Journal, 116, p.216-219, 2005.


The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS01), a high-sensitivity particle spectrometer, was successfully flown for 10d in June 1998 (STS91) in the orbit of the International Space Station (51.7deg, cca.380 km). A high-statistics dataset of galactic cosmic
rays were measured as a function of geomagnetic latitude, including the primary protons, leptons and helium as well as the trapped and quasi-trapped proton and lepton components. In this paper, the absorbed dose rate owing to the protons, leptons and helium are presented and compared with measurements made by other instruments flown on the same mission.

Cuvinte cheie: silicon detector, absorbed dose