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Compact environmental anomaly sensor (CEASE): a novel spacecraft instrument for in situ measurements of environmental conditions

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A small, lightweight, and low power, spacecraft instrument, CEASE, has been designed to measure the local space radiation environment. The instrument's on-board processing algorithms use the collected data to generate warnings of the space environment hazards of radiation damage, dielectric charging and single event effects (SEE). In addition, CEASE can provide detailed space environment data to aid in analysis of anomalies that may occur on the host spacecraft

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 6 )