Pille-MKS: Determine the Value of the Accumulated Radiation Dose in a Visiting Crewmember (Pille-ISS) - 05.13.15

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Sponsoring Space Agency
Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)

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ISS Expedition Duration
September 2006 - April 2007

Expeditions Assigned
14

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Experiment Description

Research Overview
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Description
Determination experimentally of value of accumulated dose resulting from ionizing radiation of space, which was taken by Ch. Simonyi as a space flight participant during VC-12 visiting crew flight.

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Operations

Operational Requirements
Measurement of Ch. Simonyi (space flight participant) exposure to radiation over the entire period of VC-12 flight. Obtaining experimental data on value of accumulated dose taken by Ch. Simonyi (space flight participant) on a daily basis over the entire period of VC-12 flight. Determination of radiological situation in measurement areas when conducting space experiment in the ISS RS during VC-12 flight.

Operational Protocols
Dose meter Pille-ISS containing: panel of dose meter Pille-ISS; sensor of dose meter Pille-ISS; tray for sensors. Digital camera Nikon D2X and a Memory card Pille-ISS CF 2Mb.

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Results/More Information

Memory cards to be delivered to Earth, with the data and photographs taken during conduct of the experiment.

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Results Publications

    Apathy I, Akatov YA, Arkhangelsky VV, Bodnar L, Deme S, Feher I, Kaleri AY, Padalka G, Pazmandi T, Reitz G, Sharipov S.  TL dose measurements on board the Russian segment of the ISS by the "Pille" system during Expedition-8, -9 and -10. Acta Astronautica. 2007 Feb - Apr; 60(4-7): 322-328. DOI: 10.1016/j.actaastro.2006.09.037.

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