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
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    3
    DOI
    出版ステータスPublished - 2002

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    • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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