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Radiation environment induced by cosmic ray particle fluxes in the International Space Station orbit according to recent galactic and solar cosmic ray models



Radiation environment induced by cosmic ray particle fluxes in the International Space Station orbit according to recent galactic and solar cosmic ray models



Advances in Space Research 21(12): 1689-1698



Radiation characteristics (particle fluxes, doses, and LET spectra) are calculated for spacecraft in the International Space Station orbit. The calculations are made in terms of the dynamic model for galactic cosmic rays and the probabilistic model for solar cosmic rays developed at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of Moscow State University.

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