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1 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Principle Investigator: Dr. Yu.D. Kotov Tel/fax ( ) Space Research Program RUSSIAN SATELLITE PROJECT "CORONAS-PHOTON" FOR THE STUDY OF SOLAR FLARE HARD RADIATIONS Russian Aviation and Space Agency Russian Academy of Science Principal Organization: Moscow Engineering Physics Institute Launch date: end of 2007, from Plesetsk (Russia)

2 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow CORONAS-PHOTON mission is the third satellite of the Russian CORONAS program on the Solar activity observations. The main goal of the CORONAS-PHOTON mission is the study of the Solar flare hard electromagnetic radiation in the wide energy range from Extreme UV up to high energy gamma - radiation (~2000MeV). It is adopted as a part of the Russian Federal Program of Fundamental Space Researches. The project is a part of International Living With the Star (ILWS) program. Goal of the project: Investigation of the process of energy accumulation and its transformation to the energy of accelerated particles during solar flares, study of the acceleration mechanisms, propagation and interaction of the fast particles in the solar atmosphere.

3 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Direct solar flare radiation  Study of the temporal dynamic of hard electromagnetic radiation from full disk in a wide energy range from EUV to 2000MeV;  Study of spatial and temporal dynamics of hot plasma regions in Solar atmosphere by observation of X- ray/XUV radiation;  XUV full Sun spectroscopy;  Nuclear gamma-lines spectroscopy of Solar activity regions;  Detection of solar neutrons with energies higher 20MeV;  Measurement of linear polarization and rapid variability of hard X- ray emission during the flares; Monitoring of the Solar extreme ultra-violet (EUV), soft and hard X- ray emissions; Main objectives of the mission

4 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow CORONAS-PHOTON mission scientific Payload: 1.High energy radiation spectrometer NATALYA Gamma-rays spectroscopy 0.3 – 2000MeV;Neutrons 20 – 300MeV 2.Low energy gamma-ray spectrometer RT - 2 Phoswich mode: 15 – 150keV; Spectrometric mode: 100 – 2000keV 3.Hard X-ray polarimeter PENGUIN-M (X-ray radiation 1 – 10keV; X-ray polarization 20 – 150keV; X-ray & gamma-ray spectroscopy 0.15 – 5MeV) 4.Fast X-ray monitor FXM (Hard X-ray with sub-msec temporal resolution 20 – 500keV ) 5.Solar flare and cosmic gamma-burst spectrometer KONUS-RF (Hard X-ray & gamma-ray spectroscopy with high temporal resolution (0.01  12)MeV ) 6.XUV TeleScope/ Imaging Spectrometer TESIS 7.Multi-channel Extreme ultra-violet and Soft X-ray monitor PHOKA (Timing of the full disk radiation in 7 spectral windows from 10nm to visual band ) 8.Energetic particle analyzer ELECTRON-M-PESCA (e : 0.2 – 2MeV p : 1.0 – 150MeV α : 1.5 – 50MeV/nucleon Nuclei (Z <26) 2.0 – 50MeV/nucleon ) 9.Energetic particle telescope STEP-F (e : 0.15 – 10MeV p : 4.0 – 62MeV α : 15.5 – 245.5MeV )

5 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Orbit and Launcher Circular 500 km; Period 95 min (60 min Sun/orbit) Orbit inclination 82°5 ; 2 weeks/ 3 months full Sun orbits Launcher: Cyclon-3M Launching date 2007 Lifetime 3 –5 years Weight satellite: 1900 kg; scientific payload: 540 kg scientific payload: 540 kg

6 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Overview of TESIS instruments The main emitting ions and wavelengths Ion Wavelength, ÅT, ºK HeII304,85*10 4 SiXI *10 6 FeVIII-FeXX 132; 1. & 12*10 6 MgXII8.418; 8.423(1-2)*10 7 Spectroheliograms 280 to 330 ( )*10 6 The goal of the experiment “TESIS” is to study the structure and the dynamics of the solar atmosphere over a broad range of heights and temperatures using full sun XUV spectroscopic imaging. Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

7 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Main parameters of TESIS channels

8 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Artificial moon Entrance filter Detector 132A 304A Shutter Multilayer mirror Pointing and focusing mechanism Optical layout of the XUV telescopes of TESIS instrument

9 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow

10 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Wide field EUV Telescope:

11 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow synthetic quartz 2d=8.501 A 80x120 mm MgXII spectrogeliograph

12 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow

13 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow

14 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Typical image given by the spectroheliograph

15 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Deep spectroheliogram to show a large extension of 304 emissions

16 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow SphinX Solar Photometer in X-ray PI – Janusz Sylwester SRC PAS

17 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Main features of the TESIS experiment  Full disk spectroscopic imaging: 4 EUV channels 1 MgXII channels  Simultaneous observations in all spectral channels  Temporal resolution up to 0.5 sec  XUV observations of the corona, up to 5 solar radius  Full Sun spectroheliograms in A  Ritchey-Chrétien Wide FOV 304 telescope  SphinX Solar Photometer in X-rays  Study of the upper Earth atmosphere  Observation of space debris

18 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow On board computing and data collection features 50MIPS DSP 128MB data RAM Up to 4 Ch. Simultaneously + SphinX 8 sec readout time (2Kx2K image) Update on board S/W Loose less data compression algorithm (c.r. 2-4) JPEG like data compression algorithm (c.r. 10-???) 500 MB/day data rate

19 Workshop „X-ray Spectroscopy and Plasma Diagnostics from the RESIK, RHESSI and SPIRIT Instruments”, 6 – 8 December 2005, Wrocław Spectroscopy Department Lebedev Physical Institute Moscow Coronas-Photon doing electrical tests at MEPhI Sept 2005 TESIS


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