Electron and ion spectrometer onboard the Nozomi spacecraft and its initial results in interplanetary space

A. Ihara*, T. Doke, Nobuyuki Hasebe, J. Kikuchi, M. N. Kobayashi, K. Maezawa, K. Nagata, T. Sakaguchi, T. Shino, T. Takashima, S. Teruhi, B. Wilken, T. Yanagimachi

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    The electron and ion spectrometer (EIS) is one of the fourteen instruments onboard the Nozomi spacecraft, a Mars orbiter, launched on July 4, 1998. EIS consists of two kinds of telescopes (TOF E and ΔE E telescopes) designed to measure the fluxes of electrons and ions in the energy range from ∼40 keV to a few MeV. The ΔE-E telescopes are used to measure electrons and protons, while the TOF-E telescope is mainly used to measure He, CNO-group, NeMgSi-group, and Fe-group. In this paper, (a) the objectives of this experiment, (b) the details of the instrument and (c) initial results of the observation in interplanetary space are described.

    本文言語English
    ページ(範囲)263-278
    ページ数16
    ジャーナルAstroparticle Physics
    17
    3
    DOI
    出版ステータスPublished - 2002

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • 核物理学および高エネルギー物理学

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