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1 Space Research and Technology Institute – Present Activities BULGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES SPACE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE SPACE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE Sofia, 2012 Prof. PETAR GETSOV

2 SRTI 2 Space Research and Technology Institute SRTI Mission SRTI Mission The SRTI-BAS carries out fundamental and applied research in the fields of space physics, remote sensing of the Earth and geoinformatics, optical atmosphere investigations, space technologies. The SRTI-BAS carries out fundamental and applied research in the fields of space physics, remote sensing of the Earth and geoinformatics, optical atmosphere investigations, space technologies. The Institute contributes to the development scientific instrumentation intended for satellites, planetary probes and manned space flights as well as in modeling of physical processes and ionosphere-magnetosphere. The Institute contributes to the development scientific instrumentation intended for satellites, planetary probes and manned space flights as well as in modeling of physical processes and ionosphere-magnetosphere. The scientific teams participate in data and image processing and in thematic interpretation for different applications and consumers. The scientific teams participate in data and image processing and in thematic interpretation for different applications and consumers.

3 SRTI 3 SRTI Structure Space Physics Remote Sensing of the Earth and Planets Research fields Aerospace Engineering and Technology Technology Transfer SRTI –Stara Zagora Branch

4 SRTI 4 During the reported period ( ), the SRTI-BAS took part in a total of 123 projects. These projects may be classified as follows: funded by contracts and programs of the EU, NATO, UNESCO and other international organizations; funded by the budget of the BAS; funded by the National Science Fund (NSF); funded by contracts with ministries, organizations and private companies from the country; funded under the Academy’s bilateral agreements and in the framework of institute- to-institute cooperation; assigned by outsourcers, including State or private companies from the country or abroad. New materials and Nanotechnologies NAVOBS - A Support Measure to Boost the Business Prospects of GMES and Telecom Satellites through Focused and Innovative RTD Work Involving SMEs FP countries NAVOBS + - The Participation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Research and Technology Development (RTD) Activities Related to the Development of Innovative Services Based on Space Infrastructures. FP countries ESINET -European Space Incubator Network FP5, FP countries OSNET - In the framework of Competitive and Sustainable Growth to Establish a Thematic Network on Ornamental Stones (OSNET) FP5, FP6 - 2 countries Smart – Wire - Co-operative Research Project from the Craft Programme FP5, FP6 - 2 countries I-STONE -Re-Engineering of Natural Stone Production Chain through Knowledge-Based Processes, Eco-Innovation and New Organizational Paradigms 2 EU countries X-Gear - Development of Gear Drive-Trains Based on New Materials and Novel Gear Systems 9 countries - 23 partners Monitoring of the environment SСHEMA – Scenarios for Hazard-Induced Emergencies Management FP6, 12 countries Development of Strategy and Methods for Monitoring of Electromagnetic Pollution in the Environment of the Western Balkans SEE- ERA.NET 4 countries Magnetosphere/Ionosphere Coupling: Large-Scale and Small-Scale FAC Structure Interactions and Energy Transfer in the System TNA Program Enhancing the Qualification and Retaining a Young Scholars' Team in the Field of Aerospace Technologies as a Prerequisite for Monitoring and Preservation of the Environment and Prevention of Damages Caused by Natural Disasters - ESF - OP “HRD” BG051PO001/07/3.3-02/63/ ESF - OP “HRD” Establishment of Technology Transfer Offices at Bulgarian Public Research Organizations EU PHARE Program SRTI - PRESENT PROJECT ACTIVITY

5 SRTI 5 STRI-BAS has participated with 15 instruments in the scientific programs of: 4 manned space flights (4 instr.) – 1 at ESA Columbus and 3 at the Russian segment of ISS 1 Moon spacecraft (1 instr.) – Chandrayaan-1 2 spacecrafts (3 instr.) - Foton M2/3 2 HotPay rockets (2 instr.), 1 balloon (1 instr.), flight and many airplane flights (4 instr.) Rocket and balloon instrumentsALSAF (Attenuation of the Solar Lyman Alpha Flux) For HotPay1 rocket Liulin-R Flown on HotPay 2 Rocket in 2008 Liulin-J Flown on NASA Balloon in 2005 Aircraftinstruments Liulin-5 type flown for more than 6000 hours fn CSA aircraft

6 SRTI 6 SRTI experiments on the International Space Station Liulin-E R3DR Liulin-ISS Liulin Langmiur Probe R3DE Potential

7 SRTI 7 SVET Space Greenhouse onboard the MIR Orbital Station The Bulgarian SVET Space Greenhouse (SG) mounted in the Crystal module was the only automatic plant growth facility flown onboard the MIR OS in the period USA astronaut Shannon Lucid carried out wheat experiment (Super Dwarf) in 1996 – the heads were empty, without seeds, because of the gas ethylene in the atmosphere Russian cosmonaut Sergey Zalyotin from the last 28 th MIR OS crew samples plants of Brassica rapa variety grown onboard and tastes its flavour quality for the first time

8 SRTI 8 International Mars-500 experiment Greenhouse-Mars Project Power LED Light Unit with different RGB spectra was designed to carry out plant experiments during the simulation of Manned Mars Mission. IBMP-Moscow

9 SRTI 9 Potential Project - From 2005 Body charge of space vehicles, Russia; Obstanovka Experiment onboard the International Space Station – equipment aimed to determine the body potential on the station (Russia, Ukraine, Hungary, Great Britain, Bulgaria) Langmiur probe experiment for Russian segment of ISS is a part of Obstanovka experiment developed by Russia and ESA for investigation of the near space environment of ISS The international consortium included scientists from IKI-RAS, Moscow; IKI-Lviv, Ukraine; University of Sussex, UK; University of Sheffield, UK; SRG, Budapest, Hungary; BLE, Solymar, Hungary; KFKI RMKI, Budapest, Hungary; SRC-PAS, Warsaw, Poland; SISP, Uppsala, Sweden. “Obstanovka” experiment will provide a database of electromagnetic fields and plasma-wave processes in the vicinity of large space objects (satellites and space stations).

10 SRTI 10 Wave–R - Research of electromagnetic waves and resonance processes of energy transportation in ionospheric-magnetospheric plasma by the results of high apogee satellite measurements, 2006–2010 Resonance - Research of the possibilities for complex navigation of high-apogee satellites, using the three satellite navigation systems GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO - Russia etc. Accretion – Non-linear dynamics of accretion flows in twin stellar systems, Russia Collaboration with the Russian Academy of Sciences - More then 10 Projects

11 SRTI 11 EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS Center for Aerospace Monitoring Architecture

12 SRTI 12 MICROSATELLITE PLATFORM BALKANSAT-1 Monitoring of natural and anthropogenic disasters, incidents, and catastrophes; Ecological monitoring; Influence of cosmic factors on the Earth and the Earth’s atmosphere; Others. Basic technical characteristics of the micro-satellite BALKANSAT-1 Mass - 50 kg. Payload mass (Scientific instruments) kg. Service system kg. Construction and temperature control system kg. Orbit - circular quasi-polar, solar-synchronous with height ~ 700 km. Time of active existence - not less than 3 year. Telemetry – 3-5Мbit/s (8.4GHz)

13 SRTI 13 System for early warning, detecting and localization of field and forest fires Collaboration - SRI-BAS, AVIOTECHNIKA and CIVIL PROTECTION State Agency UAV’S CLASSIFICATION 70K 60K Global Hawk U-2 Heron 1 Predator A Heron 1 Predator A 50K 40K 30K 20K 10K Altitude endurance (hrs) Eagle Eye, Fire scout, Hunter, Pioneer high middle tactical Heron 2 Predator B Heron 2 Predator B

14 SRTI 14 WEB-BASED AIR POLLUTION MONITORING - St. Zagora, Bourgas, Kurdzhali Fire in FYR Macedonia Fire in Greece

15 EU Satellite Proba-V data Monitoring of Vegetation details on the test site of Zhiten, Bulgaria and represents intensively cultivated area sowed with cereals and sunflower

16 SRTI 16 Passive microwave radiometry Measurements for mapping of soil moisture for agriculture purposes

17 SRTI 17 Established in September 2007 with the support of EU and Bulgaria – PHARE Project BG 2005/ /ESC/G/TTO Mission of the TTO To facilitate the process of technology transfer between the Space Research Institute and the business by comparing and meeting the needs of the business of modern technology solutions with ready for commercialization products from the research work of the Institute Technology Transfer Office Space Research and Technology Institute

18 SRTI 18 “Neurolab-B” CPC-12 PC-based 12-channels ECG ER-02 2-channels ECG-holter SP01 Pulse oxymeter holter “Zora” ER-02M2-channelsECG-holter MA-015-channels sleep apnoea analyse-holter C channels ECG – touch panel controlled SPIN-OFF Health monitoring SPIN-OFF

19 SRTI 19 SRTI-BAS is leading partner in eHealth projects in Bulgaria ITU pilot project for National Telemedicine System implementation in Septemvri region Bulgarian coordinator: Ministry of Transport and Communication

20 SRTI 20 Study of Man’s Dynamic Effectiveness whilst Working under Extreme Conditions

21 SRTI 11 Liulin type spectrometers during calibrations in CERN, October 2006 SRTI-BAS SPIN-OFF Liulin type spectrometers for measurements of the space radiation on aircrafts are used in Japan, USA, Germany, France, Canada, Spain, Australia, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic Liulin type spectrometers for measurements of the space radiation on aircrafts are used in Japan, USA, Germany, France, Canada, Spain, Australia, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic GPS receiver; Galvanically ins V DC 512 MB SD/MMC card. Weight: 470 g* Size: 100x100x45 mm Spectrometer with GPS receiver and display for monitoring of the space radiation doses by aircraft pilots Weight: 280 g Size: 110x80x45 mm Weight: 280 g* Size: 95x85x55 mm Weight: 115 g* Size: 124x40x20 mm Altitude above the see level as measured by Liulin type spectrometer on the route Sofia-St. Zagora town Walk in STIL-BAS area as obtained by GPS receiver mounted in Liulin type spectrometer. Yellow line is 20 m. More than 30 days working time from accumulator More than 4 days working time from Li- Ion accumulator

22 SRTI 22 Liulin-5 dosimetric telescope is a part of Matroska-R facility The telescope is jointly developed with IMBP, Moscow Russia. Matroska experiment is a mutual between ESA and Russia launched toward ISS in 2007 Weight 0.57 kg; P = 330 mW Matroska-R Matroska-E Electronic block Detector module Liulin-5 in the spherical phantom on PIRS module of ISS

23 SRTI 23 R3DE/R UV and space radiation spectrometers is developed under ESA ELIPS Programme jointly with the University in Erlangen, Germany and is expected to be launched inside of EXPOSE facility to Russian segment of ISS and to ESA COLUMBUS module Programme jointly with the University in Erlangen, Germany and is expected to be launched inside of EXPOSE facility to Russian segment of ISS and to ESA COLUMBUS module R3D DIMENSIONS: Weight: 189 g Size: 76x76x36 mm Consumption: 120 mW PAR channel UV-A channel UV-B channel 256Channels LET spectrometer R3DE Flight unit mounted in the EXPOSE-E facility (May 2003) EXPOSE Russian segment UV-C channel Vibration tests in ESA May, 2003 EuTEF-FM COLUMBUS

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25 SRTI 25 Proposal for mutual collaboration Implementation of results from investigation of man – operator working under extreme conditions. Implementation of results from investigation of man – operator working under extreme conditions. Active contribution to the rapid transfer of space methods, equipment, data, results and technologies to industry and businesses, including SMEs, based on the newly established Technology Transfer Office (TTO) under an awarded project Creating a national space segment based on micro-satellites platforms, UAV and establishment of a National Space Geo-Information Centre (NSGIC) as part of an integrated information system for Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Checking and Implementation of Health monitoring devices for operators.Checking and Implementation of Health monitoring devices for operators. Training and education of technical staff.Training and education of technical staff.

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