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Ground-space-based system for global heliogeophysical monitoring
Author(s): Viatcheslav M. Kovtunenko; Anatoly G. Tchesnokov; Sergei I. Avdushin; Alexander B. Malyshev; Anatoly V. Zaitsev
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Paper Abstract

A short presentation of the basic principles of the Ground/Space System for Global Heliogeophysical Monitoring (SGHM) development is presented. The SGHM is intended for operational monitoring and forecasting of solar activity, state of magnetosphere, ionosphere and upper atmosphere, as well as of some processes, happening on the surface and in the bowels of the Earth, that are mirrored by the near-Earth space. The SGHM will be operated in the interests of the national economy branches, ecology, science, forecast of natural disasters and international treaties verification in the field of arms limitation. The composition and specification of the SGHM main space components, some parameters of the supposed spacecraft and possible sets of the monitoring parameters and measuring instruments for all space echelons of the SGHM are provided. It is pointed out, that the creation of the SGHM should be realized step by step and with maximum involvement of the international cooperation.

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 November 1993
PDF: 13 pages
Proc. SPIE 2107, CIS Selected Papers: Optical Monitoring of the Environment, (12 November 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.162160
Show Author Affiliations
Viatcheslav M. Kovtunenko, Lavochkin Association (Russia)
Anatoly G. Tchesnokov, Lavochkin Association (Russia)
Sergei I. Avdushin, Institute for Applied Geophysics (Russia)
Alexander B. Malyshev, Institute for Applied Geophysics (Russia)
Anatoly V. Zaitsev, Lavochkin Association (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2107:
CIS Selected Papers: Optical Monitoring of the Environment
Nicholay N. Belov; Edmund I. Akopov, Editor(s)

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