Pille-MKS: Determine the Value of the Accumulated Radiation Dose in a Visiting Crewmember (Pille-ISS) - 09.17.14

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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

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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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Applications

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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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