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2021

PATCH: Particle Arrival Time Correlation for Heliophysics

The ability to understand the fundamental nature of the physics that governs the heliosphere requires spacecraft instrumentation to measure energy transfer at kinetic scales. This translates to a time cadence resolving the proton kinetic timescales, typically of the order of the proton gyrofrequency. The downlinked survey mode data from modern spacecraft are often much lower resolution than this criterion, meaning that the higher resolution, burst mode data must be captured to study an event at kinetic time scales. Telemetry ...

Verniero, J.; Howes, G.; Stewart, D.; Klein, K.;

Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics)      Published on: 05/2021

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1029/2020JA028940

plasma turbulence; Solar wind; spacecraft Instrumentation; wave particle interaction; Parker Data Used

Determining Threshold Instrumental Resolutions for Resolving the Velocity Space Signature of Ion Landau Damping

Unraveling the physics of the entire turbulent cascade of energy in space and astrophysical plasmas from the injection of energy at large scales to the dissipation of that energy into plasma heat at small scales, represents an overarching, open question in heliophysics and astrophysics. The fast cadence and high phase space resolution of particle velocity distribution measurements on modern spacecraft missions, such as the recently launched Parker Solar Probe, presents exciting new opportunities for identifying turbulent dis ...

Verniero, J.; Howes, G.; Stewart, D.; Klein, K.;

Published by: Journal of Geophysical Research (Space Physics)      Published on: 05/2021

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1029/2020JA028361

Solar wind; space plasma; turbulence; wave particle interaction; Parker Data Used

1986

Sapphire Photocurrent Sources and Their Impact on RAM Upset

This paper reports on the transient photocurrent measurements made with test structures fabricated on sapphire substrates, and the computer simulation model which was developed to use the test results. Predictions of logic upset for a 4 K RAM CMOS/SOS compared with measured upset rates showed agreement within a factor of 2. The test structure results indicate that the sapphire photoconductance is 6.3 x 10 to the -19th mhos/(rads/s)-micron. The use of this value in the present simulation model will increase the predicted u ...

Brucker, G.; Herbert, J.; Stewart, R.; Plus, D.;

Published by: IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science      Published on: 12/1986

YEAR: 1986     DOI: 10.1109/TNS.1986.4334608

CMOS; Electric Current; Electronics and Electrical Engineering; Logic Circuits; parker solar probe; Photoconductivity; Radiation Damage; Random Access Memory; Sapphire; Solar Probe Plus; Sos (Semiconductors)



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