ACTIVE RADIATION DETECTORS FOR USE IN SPACE BEYOND LOW EARTH ORBIT: SPATIAL AND ENERGY RESOLUTION REQUIREMENTS AND METHODS FOR HEAVY ION CHARGE CLASSIFICATION
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Space radiation exposure to astronauts will need to be carefully monitored on future missions beyond low earth orbit. NASA has proposed an updated radiation risk framework that takes into account a significant amount of radiobiological and heavy ion track structure information. These models require active radiation detection systems to measure the energy and ion charge Z. However, current radiation detection systems cannot meet these demands. The aim of this study was to investigate several topics that will help next generation detection systems meet the NASA objectives. Specifically, this work ...