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ROSCOSMOS. 11 th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON RADIATION AND ITS EFFECS ON COMPONENT AND SYSTEM September 20-24, 2010, Austria ( Langenfeld ). Prospects of joint collaboration between the Russian Federal Space Agency and RADECS association. Activity of the Russian Federal Space Agency.

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Prospects of joint collaboration between the russian federal space agency and radecs association

ROSCOSMOS

11th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON RADIATION AND ITS EFFECS ON COMPONENT AND SYSTEM

September 20-24, 2010, Austria (Langenfeld)

Prospects of joint collaborationbetween the Russian Federal Space Agencyand RADECS association


Prospects of joint collaboration between the russian federal space agency and radecs association

Activity of the RussianFederal Space Agency


Roscosmos as part of the space activity governance in the russian federation

Roscosmos as part of the space activity governance in the Russian Federation


Prospects of joint collaboration between the russian federal space agency and radecs association

Roscosmos management structure

Scientific and EngineeringCouncil

HeadAnatoly N.Perminov

Board

Stats-SecretaryVitalyA.Davydov

Deputy HeadSergey A.Ponomarev

Deputy HeadSergey V.Saveliev

Deputy HeadAnatoly E.Shilov

Deputy HeadVictor P.Remishevsky

Human Space Mission D.AlexeyB.Krasnov

Space Activity DirectorateYuryN.Makarov

International Cooperation AlexeyM.Korostelev

Automatic Spacecraftand Control Systems D.Mikhail V.Novikov

Space navigation, Communication Systems and Ground Control Facility D.Sergey O.Novikov

Weaponry Rockets DirectorateSergey N.Shevchenko

Launch Vehicles, Space Ground-based Infrastructure and Cooperative Liaisons D.Alexander N.Chulkov

Baikonur Spaceport D.Eugeny N. Anisimov

Programm Support and Accounting DirectorateAndreyA.Pankratov


Roscosmos main functions

Roscosmos main functions

  • State policy implementation and regulation in the space field;

  • State services’ providing and assets management in space-related fields;

  • International cooperation for the joint space projects’ and programs’ implementation;

  • General coordination of the activities at the Baikonur launch center.


Russian space industry

Russian space industry

112 government-owned enterprises and joint-stock companies


Manned space program main contractors

Manned space program main contractors

  • Rocket and Space Corporation Energian.a. Korolyov(Korolyov, Moscow region)

    • Manned spacecraft of 7-t class, space stations and modules (independently and jointly with Khrunichev Center)

  • Khrunichev State Rocket and Space Center (Moscow)

    • Manned spacecraft of 20 t class, space stations and modules (independently and jointly with RSC Energia)

      • Previously also NPO Mashinostroeniya (Reutov, Moscow reg.) (manned spacecraft and space stations, jointly with Khrunichev Center)


Spacecraft and space systems main contractors

Spacecraft and Space systems main contractors

  • Central Research Institute for Machine Building (TsNIIMash) (Korolyov)

    • System and advanced research

  • NPO n.a. S.A.Lavochkin (Khimki, Moscow reg.)

    • Interplanetary and Earth remote sensing spacecraft

  • State Research and Manufacturing Rocket and Space Center TsSKB-Progress (Samara)

    • Mid-class Earth remote sensing spacecraft

  • Research Institute for Electromechanics (VNIIEM) (Moscow)

    • Mid-class meteorology satellites

  • NPO Applied Mechanics n.a.Reshetnyov (NPO PM) (Zheleznogorsk)

    • Communication and navigation spacecraft

  • Khrunichev State Rocket and Space Center (Moscow)

    • Communication and Earth remote sensing spacecraft based on Yakhta small satellite bus

  • Rocket and Space Corporation Energia n.a. Korolyov (Korolyov, Moscow region)

    • Communication and Earth remote sensing spacecraft based on Viktoriya satellite bus

  • NPO Mashinostroeniya (Reutov, Moscow reg.)

    • Communication and Earth remote sensing spacecraft based on Yakhta small satellite bus

  • Russian Institute of Space Device Engineering (RNII KP) (Moscow)

    • Various space instrumentation


Launch vehicles main contractors

Launch vehicles main contractors

  • Khrunichev State Rocket and Space Center (Moscow)

    • “Proton” LV (20 t), “Rokot” LV (1.8 t), in the future – “Angara” LV

  • State Research and Manufacturing Rocket and Space Center TsSKB-Progress (Samara)

    • different modifications of “Soyuz” LV (7 t)

  • Rocket and Space Corporation Energia n.a. Korolyov (Korolyov, Moscow region)

    • Block D upper stage, proposed Soyuz LV deep modernization

  • NPO n.a. S.A.Lavochkin (Khimki, Moscow reg.)

    • “Fregat” upper stage

  • Polyot Association (Omsk)

    • “Kosmos-3 M” LV (1.5 t)

  • NPO Mashinostroeniya (Reutov, Moscow reg.)

    • “Strela” LV (1.8 t)

  • Mashinostroeniya Design Bureau (Miass)

    • Assorted light LV’s based on submarine-launched ICBMs


Planning of space activity in russia

Planning of Space activity in Russia

  • Federal Space Program for 2001-2005– (completed)

  • Federal Space Program for 2006-2015(under way)

  • Federal purpose-oriented programme “Global Navigation System” (GLONASS) (2002-2011 гг.)

The civilian space activity in Russia is conducted under the Federal purpose-oriented and Space Programs


Russia s federal space program for 2006 2015

Russia’s Federal Space Programfor 2006 - 2015

Program Status:Federal Special Program approved by the Government Decree No.635 of October 22nd, 2005

Program State Customer:Roscosmos

Program Goal – satisfaction of the growing demand of the government, regions and the country’s population for the space assets and services based on:

  • Increasing and efficiency growth of the outer space exploration;

  • International space cooperation development and fulfilling Russia’s international obligations;

  • Strengthening and development of Russia’s space potential.


Prospects of joint collaboration between the russian federal space agency and radecs association

Roscosmos’ international Programs


International agreements

International Agreements

  • Intergovernmental and Interagency agreements

    • ISS multilateral agreement

    • Bilateralintergovernmental agreements for space cooperation

  • Contracts with companies and enterprises with Roscosmos assistance and coordination

    • Rocket and space equipment supplies

    • Ground infrastructure construction (launch sites, control stations, satellite information receiving stations, etc.)

    • Launch services contracts – with service providers like Starsem, ILS, Kosmotras and Launch Services.


Russia s major international space programs without cis countries

Russia’s major international space programs (without CIS countries)

  • ISS (Russia, USA, Canada, Japan, ESA)

    • International Space Station construction, development and use

  • Soyuz in Guiana(Russia, France)

    • Ground infrastructure construction and Soyuz LV operations from ESA launch center in Guiana

  • RD-180 (Russia, USA)

    • Construction and supply of the rocket engines

  • Pre-X (Russia, France)

    • Development and launches of the reusable spacecraft model using the Russian launch vehicles

  • Spektr / Integral (Russia, ESA)

    • Joint creation and operations of the orbital observatories

  • KOSPAS-SARSAT (Russia, USA, Canada, France)

    • International satellite search and rescue system

  • Volga (Russia, ESA)

    • Joint development of oxygen-methane rocket engine


Prospects of joint collaboration between the russian federal space agency and radecs association

Potential of collaboration between Roscosmos @ RADECS


Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components

Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components

  • 1.Creation of laboratories for radiation tests of electronic components and radio-electronic equipment including developing of the standards, methods, techniques and software.

  • carry out radiation tests toward such influences as:

    • gamma radiation

    • beams of electron

    • beams of protons

    • beams of ions

    • X-ray emission

    • laser exposure


Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components1

Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components

  • 2.Development of methods to increase hardness of radio-electronic equipment towards space ionizing radiation on a basis of:

    • Local shielding

    • Programmed control of reserve

    • Failure proved coding

    • Prevention of catastrophic extension of SEE

    • Majorization


Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components2

Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components

  • 3. Development of specialized software allowing to make:

    • Calculation of local conditions inside spacecraft

    • Calculation of test requirements for electronic components and radio-electronic equipment

    • Interpretation of test results

  •  4. Specification and updating of space environment models:

    • Development of software to forecast an influence of ionizing radiation

    • Development of standards


Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components3

Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components

  • 5.Development and operation of a spacecraft monitoring system on influence of space ionizing radiation towards a radio-electronic equipment of a spacecraft:

    • - onboard registration of TID effects with use of:

    • “Nitride-metal-dielectric” semi-conductor sensor

    • diamond detectors

    • - Onboard registration of SEE with use of:

    • Sensor in the in the form of the static RAM with controlled threshold

    • diamond sensors.


Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components4

Roscosmos proposals to provide radiation hardness of electronic components

  • 6.Development and operation of space radiation related information system:

    • Creation of database on radiation proved electronic components

    • Publication of articles, printing of journals and holding of conferences

    • Visualization of space weather monitoring system

  • 7. Working out, manufacturing and tests of electronic components for space applications.


Areas of possible collaboration

Areas of possible collaboration

  • Joint creation of electronic components for space applications

  • Harmonization of standard documentation

  • Interchange of information and databases on radio-electronic hardness of components towards space ionizing radiation

  • Organization of interaction between space ionizing radiation monitoring systems


Areas of possible collaboration1

Areas of possible collaboration

  • Joint creation (acquisition) of onboard space ionizing radiation sensors

  • Teamwork on updating and elaboration of space environment models

  • Joint creation and perfection of software for calculation of space ionizing exposure on electronic components

  • Carrying out of fellow research programs, joint participation in conferences.


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