MSSREM Paper Published in the Space Weather Journal

August 26, 2020

Coronal mass ejections and solar flares can accelerate high fluxes of energetic particles. Depending on where this solar activity occurs on the sun, these outward moving particles can reach the Earth and enter the Earth's magnetosphere. They can also strike manmade objects in space. For this reason, models have been developed that construct a design reference environment tailored to a specific mission. In this paper, the Mission Specific Solar Radiation Environment Model (MSSREM) peak flux model and probabilistic modeling techniques are discussed. Using this model, the user can build a design reference environment able to be tailored to a user specified mission start date, mission duration, and confidence level. [Published in the AGU Space Weather Journal.]

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