“SODART” Telescope Silicon Detector Cooling System (Thermal Test Results of the Scale-Down Model) 921365
The onboard “SODART” telescope silicon detector cooling system of the “Spectrum-X-Gamma” observatory, which is designed for the space objects X-ray radiation study, is described. The scale-down model of the passive cooling system description and thermal vacuum test results of this model are given. In the real cooling system the minimal detector temperature at 300 mW heat release is expected about 107 K.
Citation: Abrosimov, A., Baryshev, O., Horonenko, V., Kosorotov, M. et al., "“SODART” Telescope Silicon Detector Cooling System (Thermal Test Results of the Scale-Down Model)," SAE Technical Paper 921365, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/921365. Download Citation
Aleksander Abrosimov, Oleg Baryshev, Vitalij Horonenko, Michail Kosorotov, Anatolij Lobanov, Aleksander Paramonov, Michail Parfentiev
The Div. of the Scientific Research Institute of Electromechanics
International Conference On Environmental Systems