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Claire Foullon   Submitted: 2005-07-26 05:51

By 2025 an international human mission to Mars may be a reality, with the Moon as a likely intermediate step. The desire to explore and send humans into interplanetary space is currently confronted with many uncertainties for assuring the crew's safety from radiation. One option to reduce these uncertainties and mitigate the potential radiation-induced health risks is to consider operational approaches. Future interplanetary manned missions will require global monitoring and warning systems capable of providing space weather forecasts and alerts and assuring adequate warning and protection from solar proton events (SPEs) during extravehicular activities. Aurora is the European Programme for the Exploration of the Solar System and will involve a program of robotic and manned missions. Within Aurora, the European Space Agency recently initiated a study entitled ''Radiation Exposure and Mission Strategies for Interplanetary Manned Missions.'' Here we present part of the results from the work, a study on ''Radiation Hazard and Space Weather Warning System.'' We review the strategies to adopt for the future development of interplanetary space weather.

Authors: Foullon, C., Crosby, N.B. and Heynderickx, D.
Projects: None

Publication Status: Space Weather 3, S07004
Last Modified: 2005-07-26 05:51
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