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    Title: A Satellite Data Analysis and CubeSat Instrument Simulator Tool for Simultaneous Multi-spacecraft Measurements of Solar Energetic Particles
    Authors: Jordan Vannitsen;Federico Rizzitelli;Kaiti Wang;Boris Segret;Jyh-Ching Juang;Jiun-Jih Miau
    Keywords: Solar energetic particles;solar particle events;simultaneaous multi-spacecraft measurements;CubeSat;Mars
    Date: 2017-11-27
    Issue Date: 2017-12-19 02:10:31 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Springer India
    Abstract: This paper presents a Multi-satellite Data Analysis and Simulator Tool (MDAST), developed with the original goal to support the science requirements of a Martian 3-Unit CubeSat mission profile named Bleeping Interplanetary Radiation Determination Yo-yo (BIRDY). MDAST was firstly designed and tested by taking into account the positions, attitudes, instruments field of view and energetic particles flux measurements from four spacecrafts (ACE, MSL, STEREO A, and STEREO B). Secondly, the simulated positions, attitudes and instrument field of view from the BIRDY CubeSat have been adapted for input. And finally, this tool can be used for data analysis of the measurements from the four spacecrafts mentioned above so as to simulate the instrument trajectory and observation capabilities of the BIRDY CubeSat. The onset, peak and end time of a solar particle event is specifically defined and identified with this tool. It is not only useful for the BIRDY mission but also for analyzing data from the four satellites aforementioned and can be utilized for other space weather missions with further customization.

    Keywords

    Solar energetic particles solar particle events simultaneaous multi-spacecraft measurements CubeSat Mars
    Relation: Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, 38:70, pp.1-10
    DOI: 10.1007/s12036-017-9485-2
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Aerospace Engineering] Journal Article

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