Korean Space Environment Monitor / Particle Detector
To monitor the electron flux at platform level
Fluxmeter for electons and protons of energy in the range 0.1-2.0 MeV (electrons) and 0.1-12 MeV (protons). Energy resolution ΔE/E ≤ 30%.
Part of the Korean Space Environment Monitor (KSEM) together with a Magnetometer (MG) and a Charging Monitor (CM).
6 observation directions within a field of view of 60°
Coverage / Cycle
Field of view > 60°. Time resolution 0.33 s
Flown on operational programme
2019-03-25 to ≥2029
Satellites this instrument is flying on
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Solar and space environment monitors Energetic particle spectrometer
Subcomponent 1 Electron sensor at GEO Proton sensor at GEO
Primary mission objectives Electron integral directional flux Proton integral directional flux Show all Show fewer
Tentative Evaluation of Measurements
The following list indicates which measurements can
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Variable Relevance for measuring this variable Operational limitations Explanation
Electron integral directional flux 5 - marginal No specific limitation. Platform environment, medium and high energy (over 40 to over 400 keV)
Proton integral directional flux 5 - marginal No specific limitation. Platform environment, medium and high energy (over 40 to over 1000 keV)