In flight SEU tests on the European SMART-1 spacecraft

D. Novák, L. Granholm, A. Kerek, G. Milito, J. Molnár, L. O. Norlin, P. Rathsman, G. Székely

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Abstract

The SMART-I satellite launched by the European Space Agency has traveled to an orbit around the Moon driven by its own ion engine. Because of the characteristics of the ion engine mission required many revolutions to reach the Moon and the time to pass through the radiation belts around the Earth was significant. The spacecraft is exposed to solar protons throughout its mission. In advance the flight in-beam test data was collected to asses the radiation hardness properties of an SRAM, one of the components of the system unit of the satellite. Single Event Upset data is available for this component and Solar Proton Flux was measured by the GOES satellite in Geosynchronous orbit. The aim of this work is to compare the predictions of the in-beam tests and the effects of the in space irradiation of SRAM circuits on board.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS
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Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event8th European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS 2005 - Cap D' Agde, France
Duration: Sep 19 2005Sep 23 2005

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Other8th European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS 2005
CountryFrance
CityCap D' Agde
Period9/19/059/23/05

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ion engines
solar protons
flight tests
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GOES satellites
single event upsets
geosynchronous orbits
radiation belts
European Space Agency
spacecraft
hardness
flight
orbits
irradiation
protons
radiation
predictions

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Novák, D., Granholm, L., Kerek, A., Milito, G., Molnár, J., Norlin, L. O., ... Székely, G. (2005). In flight SEU tests on the European SMART-1 spacecraft. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS [4365620] https://doi.org/10.1109/RADECS.2005.4365620

In flight SEU tests on the European SMART-1 spacecraft. / Novák, D.; Granholm, L.; Kerek, A.; Milito, G.; Molnár, J.; Norlin, L. O.; Rathsman, P.; Székely, G.

Proceedings of the European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS. 2005. 4365620.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Novák, D, Granholm, L, Kerek, A, Milito, G, Molnár, J, Norlin, LO, Rathsman, P & Székely, G 2005, In flight SEU tests on the European SMART-1 spacecraft. in Proceedings of the European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS., 4365620, 8th European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS 2005, Cap D' Agde, France, 9/19/05. https://doi.org/10.1109/RADECS.2005.4365620
Novák D, Granholm L, Kerek A, Milito G, Molnár J, Norlin LO et al. In flight SEU tests on the European SMART-1 spacecraft. In Proceedings of the European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS. 2005. 4365620 https://doi.org/10.1109/RADECS.2005.4365620
Novák, D. ; Granholm, L. ; Kerek, A. ; Milito, G. ; Molnár, J. ; Norlin, L. O. ; Rathsman, P. ; Székely, G. / In flight SEU tests on the European SMART-1 spacecraft. Proceedings of the European Conference on Radiation and its Effects on Components and Systems, RADECS. 2005.
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