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Chave de CitaçãoBagestonSDMMSSDMMLSBMM:2019:ScPaDa
TítuloThe NANOSATC-BR1 and NANOSATC-BR2: scientific payloads and data
Ano2019
Data09-13 dec.
Data de Acesso24 nov. 2020
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Autor 1 Bageston, José Valentin
 2 Schuch, Nelson Jorge
 3 Durão, Otávio Santos Cupertino
 4 Muralikrishna, Polinaya
 5 Mendes, Odim
 6 Silva, Marlos Rockenbach da
 7 Savio, Siomel Odrizola
 8 Domingos, Sinval
 9 Mattiello-Francisco, Maria de Fátima
10 Martins, João B
11 Legg, Andrei P.
12 Silva, André L. da
13 Bürger, Eduardo E.
14 Marques, Rodrigo P.
15 Moro, Juliano
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Afiliação 1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 2 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 3 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 4 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 5 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 6 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 7 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 8 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
 9 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
10 Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM)
11 Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM)
12 Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM)
13 Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM)
14 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
15 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
Endereço de e-Mail do Autor 1 jose.bageston@inpe.br
 2 nelson.schuch@inpe.br
 3 otavio.durao@inpe.br
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 5 odim.mendes@inpe.br
 6 marlos.silva@inpe.br
 7 siomel.savio@inpe.br
 8 sinval.domingos@inpe.br
 9 fatima.mattiello@inpe.br
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Nome do EventoAGU Fall Meeting
Localização do EventoSan Francisco, CA
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ResumoThe INPE-UFSM's NANOSATC-BR, CubSats Development Program, started with the NANOSATC-BR1 (NCBR1), a CubeSat 1U type (10x10x11,3 cm), designed to host technological payloads experiments to test the radhard electronic circuits and a XEN-1210 magnetometer (resolution of 15 nT) to measure intensities of the Earth magnetic field over the South American Magnetic Anomaly (SAMA). The NCBR1 was launched on June 2014 at the Yasny base, Russia, and has completed more than five years in orbit. This Brazilian space mission was the first scientific Brazilian mission using CubeSats to generate data at an altitude of about 600 km. The second mission is named NANOSATC-BR2 (NCBR2), a 2U CubeSat (10x10x22.6 cm), a continuation of the successful NCBR-1. The NANOSATC-BR2 will have a similar altitude in a polar orbit as NCBR1. The NANOSATC-BR2 was designed with significant improvements to accommodate six experiments, but here we will focus on the two scientific payloads. One magnetometer, is similar to the one on the NCBR1, but with broader scientific capability. It will be possible to obtain the three magnetic field components and ULF pulsation over the SAMA region and also able to compare the data from the SAMA region with the Equatorial and Polar regions, and with the existing geomagnetic field models, contribute in this way to improve these models. The second scientific experiment is a Langmuir probe that measures the electron density and electron temperature in the Ionosphere. This experiment has many scientific goals, highlighting the studies regarding the electron precipitation and the plasma instability processes in the SAMA region. These kinds of studies are essential because the satellites and the precise location of the GNSS services are strongly affected in this region, mainly due to the lowest magnetic field presented in the SAMA and because of the presence of ionospheric instabilities. The in-situ measurements of electron density and electron temperature will permit studies of the Plasma Bubble phenomena in more detail and provide a more extensive database for improving the existing ionospheric models. The data from the scientific experiments on-board the NCBR2 will complement the ground-based data obtained from different instruments techniques. The launch of NCBR2 is contracted and scheduled for the first quarter of 2020.
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Chave SecundáriaINPE--PRE/
DOI10.1109/IPDPSW.2019.00032
ISBN978-172813510-6
Chave de CitaçãoBenevenutiCTTKZMD:2019:ExApSR
TítuloExperimental applications on SRAM-Based FPGA for the NanosatC-BR2 scientific mission
Ano2019
Data20-24 May
Data de Acesso24 nov. 2020
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Autor1 Benevenuti, Fábio
2 Chielle, Eduardo
3 Tonfat, Jorge
4 Tambara, Lucas
5 Kastensmidt, Fernanda Lima
6 Zaffari, Carlos Alberto
7 Martins, João Baptista dos Santos
8 Durão, Otávio Santos Cupertino
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Afiliação1 Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
2 New York University
3 Austrian Academy of ScienceS
4 Cobham Gaisler AB
5 Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
6 Santa Maria Design House (SMDH)
7 Santa Maria Design House (SMDH)
8 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
Endereço de e-Mail do Autor1 fbenevenuti@inf.ufrgs.br
2 eduardo.chielle@nyu.edu
3 jorge.tonfat@oeaw.ac.at
4 lucas.a.tambara@gaisler.com
5 fglima@inf.ufrgs.br
6 carlos.zaffari@smdh.org
7 joao.baptista@smdh.org
8 otavio.durao@inpe.br
Nome do EventoIEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops, 33
Localização do EventoRio de Janeiro, Brazil
Editora (Publisher)IEEE
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Páginas140-146
Palavras-Chave—SRAM-based FPGA, nanosatellite, single-event upsets, fault tolerance.
ResumoThe use of reconfigurable devices, such as FPGAs, in nanosatellites allows the prototyping and evaluation in flight of different categories of designs of interest to the aerospace technology. It includes blending of experimental or well-proven legacy software executing on microprocessors with out-of-core accelerators and dedicated logic circuits, or even the conversion of such software to logic circuits using high-level synthesis (HLS). An additional feature discussed in this work, which is relevant to the scientific mission of the NanosatC-BR2 nanosatellite, is the use of SRAM-based FPGA as radiation particle sensor exploiting the susceptibility of SRAM memory to bit-flips caused by radiation. The process for bit-flip recording by bitstream readback is presented as well as a set of experimental designs implemented on the FPGA for data processing. As the status of these experimental designs must be reliably tracked by a supervisory circuit implemented on the same SRAM-based FPGA, errors caused by the bit-flips must be considered. Mitigation using triple modular redundancy (TMR) is analyzed using fault injection, suggesting that a fine grain distributed TMR approach can increase mission time of the supervisory module by 8x at a target reliability of 95%, but with a penalty of 40% in the estimated total power consumption of the FPGA. Conversely, a blockwise TMR approach can increase mission time of the supervisory module by 6x at the same target reliability with no increase in the estimated total power consumption.
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