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24 June 2024
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A Hydrogenated amorphous silicon detector for Space Weather Applications
Catia Grimani ; Michele Fabi ; Federico Sabbatini ; Mattia Villani ; Lucio Calcagnile ; Anna Paola Caricato ; Roberto Catalano ; Giuseppe Antonio Pablo Cirrone ; Tommaso Croci ; Giacomo Cuttone ; Sylvain Dunand ; Luca Frontini ; Maria Ionica ; Keida Kanxheri ; Matthew Large ; Valentino Liberali ; Maurizio Martino ; Giuseppe Maruccio ; Giovanni Mazza ; Mauro Menichelli ; Anna Grazia Monteduro ; Arianna Morozzi ; Francesco Moscatelli ; Stefania Pallotta ; Daniele Passeri ; Maddalena Pedio ; Marco Petasecca ; Giada Petringa ; Francesca Peverini ; Lorenzo Piccolo ; Pisana Placidi ; Gianluca Quarta ; Silvia Rizzato ; Alberto Stabile ; Cinzia Talamonti ; Richard James Wheadon ; Nicolas Wyrsch ; Leonello Servoli ;
Date 1 Feb 2023
AbstractThe characteristics of a hydrogenated amorphous silicon (a-Si:H) detector are presented here for monitoring in space solar flares and the evolution of large energetic proton events up to hundreds of MeV. The a-Si:H presents an excellent radiation hardness and finds application in harsh radiation environments for medical purposes, for particle beam characterization and in space weather science and applications. The critical flux detection threshold for solar X rays, soft gamma rays, electrons and protons is discussed in detail.
Source arXiv, 2302.00339
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