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I've been trying to find figures for the total ionising dose and potential for single event upsets for spacecraft operations but I've ran into a bit of a brick wall. It seems like there is ample information regarding manned missions but very little 'raw' information (the manned mission information details the total dose received by the astronaut who will inevitably be protected by the spacecraft to some degree. Am I missing some source of data on this topic? Can anyone suggest a place to look or a paper to gain access to?

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You can run your own CREME96 models. As for information, there is a ton of it at that site, or just search on CREME96.

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