Investigations of the space environment aboard the Universitetsky-Tat’yana and Universitetsky-Tat’yana-2 microsatellitesстатья

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[1] Investigations of the space environment aboard the universitetsky-tat’yana and universitetsky-tat’yana-2 microsatellites / V. A. Sadovnichy, M. I. Panasyuk, I. V. Yashin et al. // Solar System Research. — 2011. — Vol. 45, no. 1. — P. 3–29. The first results obtained through the university small satellites program developed at Moscow State University (MSU) are presented. The space environment was investigated aboard two MSU microsatellites designed for scientific and educational purposes, Universitetsky-Tat'yana and Universitetsky-Tat'yana-2. The scientific equipment is described to study charged particles in near Earth space and atmospheric radiations in ultraviolet, red, and infrared optical wavelength ranges. The dynamic properties of fluxes of charged particles in microsatellite orbits are studied and findings are presented regarding specific parameters of solar proton penetration during the geomagnetic disturbances. Experimental results are considered concerning flashes of ultraviolet (UV), red (R), and infrared (IR) radiation that are transient light phenomena in the upper atmosphere. The space educational MSU program developed on the basis of the Universitetsky-Tat'yana projects is reviewed. [ DOI ]

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