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    Title

    Prediction and measurements of space weather conditions and impacts on space missions

    Description

    Space weather and its fluctuations strongly impacts space missions. Environmental conditions yield constraints at design phase, and important risks in the course of the mission. The evaluation of the average and worst case conditions to be met, and of their impact on missions and sub-systems are thus of prime importance. This session will encompass the following topics: - flight measurements; - physical processes; - prediction of average or worst case conditions. Environment effects on missions: - ground testing; - flight experiments and lessons learnt; - modelling and prediction. This session will encompass the following topics: Space weather: -flight measurements; - physical processes; - prediction of average or worst case conditions. Environment effects on missions: -ground testing; - flight experiments and lessons learnt; -modelling and prediction.

    Date

    2015-10-16

    Time

    09:45

    Room

    302-303 (ICC, main level)

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Dr. Jean-Francois Roussel, Office National d’Etudes et de Recherches Aérospatiales (ONERA), France;

    • Co-Chair: Prof. MENGU CHO, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    09:45

    Orbital data analysis of electron-emitting film for spacecraft mitigation onboard a small satellite

    20'

    withdrawn

    Mr. Atomu Tanaka

    Kyushu Institue of Technology

    Japan

    2

    10:05

    REAL TIME FAULT TOLERANT DESIGN OF RF CMOS PHASE LOCKED LOOP DESIGN FOR RADIATION ENVIRONMENT

    20'

    no-show

    Ms. varsha prasad

    Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology

    India

    3

    10:25

    Development of an Electrostatic Dust Repealing Device for Lunar Missions

    20'

    no-show

    Dr. Nima Gharib

    McGill University

    Canada

    4

    10:45

    analysis and prediction of end-of-life performance of gaas solar cell in intense space radiation environments

    20'

    withdrawn

    Dr. Xin Gao

    Science and Technology on Vacuum Technology and Physics Laboratory, Lanzhou Institute of Physics

    China

    5

    11:05

    Development of Mission Payloads for Arc Event Generator and Investigation Satellite HORYU-IV

    20'

    confirmed

    Mr. Hiroshi Fukuda

    Kyushu Institue of Technology

    Japan

    6

    11:25

    A radiation belts disturbance study in the space weather point of view S. Rochel, D. Boscher, R. Benacquista, J. F. Roussel

    20'

    confirmed

    Mrs. Sandrine Rochel

    ONERA

    France

    7

    11:45

    REM-RED sounding rocket experiment to measure the cosmic radiation

    20'

    withdrawn

    Dr. Tamas Pazmandi

    MTA Centre for Energy Research

    Hungary

    8

    12:05

    risk analysis and mitigation of geostationary communications satellites affected by space weather

    20'

    confirmed

    Dr. Fenglei WU

    Beijing Aerospace Command and Control Center (BACCC)

    China

    9

    12:25

    A new approach to prediction and estimate of HSS-associated enhancements of "killer" electron flux at geosynchronous orbit

    20'

    confirmed

    Dr. Alexander Potapov

    Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Siberian Branch

    Russian Federation