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MODIFICATION OF THE HIGH ENERGY PROTON SPECTROMETER TO MEASURE ELECTRONS AND LOW ENERGY PROTONS
DEPUTY COMMANDER AEROSPACE SYSTEMS INGLEWOOD CALIF
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The capability of the high energy proton spectrometer system developed to measure the flux and energy spectrum of protons above 1 mev in the Van Allen radiation belts and interplanetary space has been expanded to enable measurements of protons and electrons between about 40 kevAND 4 MEV. Modifications to the system include the addition of two detectors one for low energy proton detection and one for electron detection, and the addition of a programmer circuit and 7 channels to the 5 channel electronic analyzer package. Author
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