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Development of the Method of the Creation of Micro Satellite (~50 kg) Platforms for the Fundamental and Applied Research of the Earth and Near-Earth Outer Space

  • S.I. Klimov
  • V.G. Rodin
  • L.M. Zelenyi
  • V.N. Angarov

Abstract

The development of the method of the creation of micro-satellite (~50 kg) platforms for the fundamental and applied research of the Earth and near-earth outer space is complex problem both the scientific and technical plan, connected with development and use of contemporary spacecraft (SC) and with the scientific methods problems of conducting basic space research. All these problems are logically connected with the hierarchy of preparation and realization on board SC of experiments. At present in space physics and astrophysics is accumulated the significant observant material, obtained by SC. Great successes are achieved in the theoretical studies of near-earth space, atmosphere and lithosphere of the Earth. There are serious studies of laboratory and computer simulation. Examination from the united positions of entire complex of preparation and conducting of basic space research leads to the need of the association of the efforts of scientists and engineers, who carry out the study of each of the directions enumerated above.

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Magnetic Storm Lightning Discharge Gamma Emission Space Research Institute Unite Position 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • S.I. Klimov
    • 1
  • V.G. Rodin
    • 1
  • L.M. Zelenyi
    • 1
  • V.N. Angarov
    • 1
  1. 1.Space Research Institute (IKI), RASRussia

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