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Space Radiation Superconductive Shield

Obiettivo

Long duration permanence in deep space or on the surface of planet not protected by a thick atmosphere and/or magnetosphere represent a challenge which remains, as today, unsolved. Long time exposure to Galactic Cosmic Rays (GCR) and Solar Energetic Particles (SEP) is thought to cause a significant increase in the probability of various type of cancers. Means to adequately shield the astronauts from the ionizing radiation are required in order to realistically plan for exploration missions to Mars, Near Earth Asteroids or for setting on the Moon surface. This study will explore the feasibility of a superconducting magnetic shield, comparing the various possible magnetic configurations and analyzing its merits as well the challenges of this
approach. It also include the development of some key abilitating technologies to be used to build such a spacecraft shield.
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Coordinatore

ISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI FISICA NUCLEARE

Indirizzo

Via Enrico Fermi 40
00044 Frascati

Italia

Tipo di attività

Research Organisations

Contributo UE

€ 559 207,60

Contatto amministrativo

Roberto Battiston (Prof.)

Partecipanti (6)

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Espandi tutto

OHB ITALIA SPA

Italia

Contributo UE

€ 247 700,04

COLUMBUS SUPERCONDUCTORS SRL

Italia

Contributo UE

€ 225 846,30

THALES ALENIA SPACE ITALIA SPA

Italia

Contributo UE

€ 154 214,50

COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES

Francia

Contributo UE

€ 452 475

EUROPEAN ORGANIZATION FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH

Svizzera

Contributo UE

€ 233 360

Carr Communications Limited

Irlanda

Contributo UE

€ 123 050

Informazioni relative al progetto

ID dell’accordo di sovvenzione: 313224

Stato

Progetto concluso

  • Data di avvio

    1 Gennaio 2013

  • Data di completamento

    31 Dicembre 2015

Finanziato da:

FP7-SPACE

  • Bilancio complessivo:

    € 2 774 567,84

  • Contributo UE

    € 1 995 853,44

Coordinato da:

ISTITUTO NAZIONALE DI FISICA NUCLEARE

Italia