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Home Aerospace & Aeronautics Ionosphere Exploration

Ionosphere Exploration

Purposes

  • Satellite data processing. Fundamental study of upper atmosphere and ionosphere wave activity (fig. 1)
  • Investigations of ionosphere response on anthropogenic and natural hazards
  • Experiments on LEO satellites:
    1. Experiment “Variant” onboard Ukrainian remote sensing satellite Sich-1M launched in 2004 (fig. 2),
    2. Preparation of new experiment “Potential” onboard Ukrainian remote sensing satellite Sich-2. Expected launch date in 2010;
    3. Preparation of new mission IONOSAT onboard constellation of 3 LEO satellites (fig. 3). Expected launch in 2013;

IONOSAT mission is included into Ukrainian National Space Program on 2008-2012, is also proposed for the First European Space Program, Space Weather Program and GMES.

We maintain intensive research collaboration with leading international Institutions in field of space physics:

  • Sweden Institute for Space Physics, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l’Environnement (LPCE/CNRS), Orleans, France
  • Center for Space Research of Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland,
  • Institute of Space Research of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria,
  • Institute of Space Research of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia,
  • Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radiowave Propagation of Russian Academy of Sciences, Troizk, Russia.


Fig. 1 Global distribution of atmosphere gravity waves according to Dynamics Explorer 2 data

VLF plasma emissions observed onboard Sich-1M satellite (experiment “Variant”).
Fig. 2 VLF plasma emissions observed onboard Sich-1M satellite (experiment “Variant”).

Satellite constellation proposed for IONOSAT mission
Fig. 3 Satellite constellation proposed for IONOSAT mission

Contact Details

Space Research Institute National Academy and National Space Agency of Ukraine (SRI NAS and NSA of Ukraine)
Contact persons: Head of Laboratory for Satellite Near, Space Exploration Dr. Georgii Lizunov
Address: 40, korp. 4/1, Acad. Glushkov prosp., MSP, 03680, Kiev, Ukraine
Tel.: (+380 44) 200 8216
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