A multilayer scintillation detector of high-energy particles for satellite experiments. Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics Volume 77, Issue 5, May 2013, Pages 593-595

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Контактные данные автора публикации Batischev, A.G. , Aleksandrin, S.Yu., Koldashov, S.V., Kuznetsov, A.A., Loginov, V.A. National Nuclear Research University (MEPhI)
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We describe the detecting system of a high-energy charged particle telescope spectrometer for a space experiment to be performed on the outer surface of the Russian section of the International Space Station and other spacecraft, including small satellites. The spectrometers detecting system is a multilayer scintillation detector (MSD) of polystyrene plates scanned by photomultipliers. It allows high-intensity fluxes of electrons (up to ∼105 cm-2 s-1) several milliseconds long with energies of 3 to 30 MeV to be measured with an accuracy of ∼1 μs, along with time profiles and the evolution of particle energy spectra. The MSD is characterized by an energy resolution no worse than 10%, an angular resolution of ∼10 degrees, a geometric factor of ∼40 cm2 sr, and a trigger system time resolution of ∼20 ns. © 2013 Allerton Press, Inc.
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Angular resolution; Detecting systems; Energy resolutions; Geometric factors; High energy charged particle; High-energy particles; International Space stations; Space experiments
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