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Authors: Alfonsi, Lucilla* 
Ambroglini, F.* 
Ambrosi, G.* 
Ammendola, R.* 
Assante, D.* 
Badoni, D.* 
Belyaev, V.A.* 
Burger, W.J.* 
Cafagna, A.* 
Cipollone, P.* 
Consolini, G.* 
Conti, L.* 
Contin, A.* 
De Angelis, E.* 
De Donato, C.* 
De Franceschi, Giorgiana* 
De Santis, Angelo* 
De Santis, C.* 
Diego, P.* 
Durante, M.* 
Fornaro, C.* 
Guandalini, C.* 
Laurenti, G.* 
Laurenza, M.* 
Lazzizzera, I.* 
Lolli, M.* 
Manea, C.* 
Marcelli, L.* 
Marcucci, F.* 
Masciantonio, G.* 
Osteria, G.* 
Palma, F.* 
Palmonari, F.* 
Panico, B.* 
Patrizii, L.* 
Picozza, P.* 
Pozzato, M.* 
Rashevskaya, I.* 
Ricci, M.* 
Rovituso, M.* 
Scotti, V.* 
Sotgiu, A.* 
Sparvoli, R.* 
Spataro, B.* 
Spogli, Luca* 
Tommasino, F.* 
Ubertini, P.* 
Vannaroni, G.* 
Xuhui, S.* 
Zoffoli, S.* 
Title: The HEPD particle detector and the EFD electric field detector for the CSES satellite
Issue Date: 2017
Series/Report no.: /137 (2017)
DOI: 10.1016/j.radphyschem.2016.12.022
Abstract: The CSES satellite, developed by Chinese (CNSA) and Italian (ASI) space Agencies, will investigate iono-magnetospheric disturbances (induced by seismicity and electromagnetic emissions of tropospheric and anthropogenic origin); will monitor the temporal stability of the inner Van Allen radiation belts and will study the solar-terrestrial coupling by measuring fluxes of cosmic rays and solar energetic particles. In particular the mission aims at confirming the existences (claimed from several analyses) of a temporal correlations between the occurrence of earthquakes and the observation in space of electromagnetic disturbances, plasma fluctiations and anomalous fluxes of high-energy particles precipitating from the inner Van Allen belt. CSES will be launched in the summer of 2017 with a multi-instruments payload able to measure: e.m. fields, charged particles, plasma, TEC, etc. The Italian LIMADOU collaboration will provide the High-Energy Particle Detector (HEPD), designed for detecting electrons (3–200 MeV) and proton (30–300 MeV)), and participates to develop the Electric Field Detector (EFD) conceived for measuring electric field from ∼DC up to 5 MHz.
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