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    15 September 2008, Volume 28 Issue 5 Previous Issue    Next Issue
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    Preliminary Scientific Results of Chang E-1 Lunar Orbiter:Based on Payloads Detection Data in the First Phase
    OUYANG Ziyuan;JIANG Jingshan;LI Chunlai;SUN Huixian;ZOU Yongliao;LIU Jianzhong;LIU Jianjun;ZHAO Baochang;REN Xin;YANG Jianfeng;ZHANG Wenxi;WANG Jianyu;MOU Lingli;CHANG Jin;ZHANG Liyan;WANG Huanyu;LI Yongquan;ZHANG Xiaohui;ZHENG Yongchun;WANG Shijin;BIAN Wei
    2008, 28 (5):  361-369.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.361
    Abstract ( 2146 )   PDF (3448KB) ( 1809 )   Save

    Chang'E-1 lunar Orbiter was launched by Long March 3A rocket from Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 18:05 BT (Beijing Time) Oct. 24, 2007. It is the first step of its ambitious three-stage moon program, a new milestone in the Chinese space exploration history. The primary science objectives of Chang'E-1 lunar orbiter are to obtain three-Dimension (3D) stereo images of the lunar surface, to analyze the distribution and abundance of elements on the surface, to investigate the thickness of lunar soil, evaluate helium-3 resources and other characteristics, and to detect the space environment around the moon. To achieve the above four mission objectives, eight sets of scientific instruments are chosen as the payloads of the lunar orbiter, including a CCD stereo camera (CCD), a Sagnac-based interferometer spectrometer (IIM), a Laser Altimeter (LAM), a Microwave Radiometer (MRM), a Gamma-Ray Spectrometer (GRS), an X-ray spectrometer (XRS), a High-Energy Particle Detector (HPD), and two Solar Wind Ion Detectors (SWID). The detected data of the payloads show that all payloads work well. This paper introduces the status of payloads in the first phase and preliminary scientific results.

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    Progress for Spaceborne Microwave Remote Sensing in China
    JIANG Jingshan;LIU Heguang;DONG Xiaolong
    2008, 28 (5):  370-373.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.370
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    In this paper,technological progress for China's microwave remote sensing is intro-duced.New developments of the microwave remote sensing instruments for meteorological satellite FY-3,ocean dynamic measurement satellite(HY-2),environment small SAR satellite(HJ-1C) and China's lunar exploration satellite(Chang'E-1),geostationary orbit meteorological satellite FY-4M,are reported.

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    Introduction to the Payloads and the Initial Observation Results of Chang'E-1
    SUN Huixian;WU Ji;DAI Shuwu;ZHAO Baochang;SHU Rong;CHANG Jin;WANG Huanyu;ZHANG Xiaohui;REN Qiongying;CHEN Xiaomin;OUYANG Ziyuan;ZOU Yongliao
    2008, 28 (5):  374-384.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.374
    Abstract ( 1770 )   PDF (719KB) ( 1629 )   Save

    Chang'E-1, the orbiter circling the moon 200km above the moon surface, is the first Chinese Lunar exploration satellite. The satellite was successfully launched on 24th October 2007.There are 8 kinds of scientific payloads onboard, including the stereo camera, the laser altimeter, the Sagnac-based interferometer image spectrometer, the Gamma ray spectrometer, the X-ray spectrometer, the microwave radiometer, the high energy particle detector, the solar wind plasma detector and a supporting payload data management system. Chang'E-1 opened her eyes to look at the moon and took the first batch of lunar pictures after her stereo camera was switched on in 20th November 2007.Henceforth all the instruments are successfully switched on one by one. After a period of parameter adjustment and initial check out, all scientific instruments are now in their normal operating phase.In this paper, the payloads and the initial observation results are introduced.

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    Progress of Double Star Program 2006-2008
    LIU Zhenxing;CAO Jinbin
    2008, 28 (5):  385-389.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.385
    Abstract ( 1801 )   PDF (104KB) ( 970 )   Save

    This paper presents the status of two satellites of Double Star Program, and a part of scientific results based on the data of Double Star Program obtained during the period of 2006-2008.Other scientific results in the magnetospheric physics research can be found in "Multi scale physical process in the magnetosphere" of this issue.

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    Achievements of Space Scientific Experiments Aboard SJ-8 Satellite
    XIE Jingchang;WAN Shixin;ZHANG Pu;LIN Hai;LIU Fang;HU Wenrui
    2008, 28 (5):  390-394.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.390
    Abstract ( 1905 )   PDF (157KB) ( 1243 )   Save

    As scientific experiment payloads, microgravity experiments of fluid physics, life science,combustion science, physics and accelerator measurement were conducted on board the Chinese recoverable satellite SJ-8 during 18-day orbital flight. The experimental payloads and an experiment support system constituted the microgravity experiment system of the flight mission. This article has presented the briefs of the scientific achievements of these space experiments, the composition and performance of the Microgravity Experimental System (MES) and the general picture of the overall flight mission, respectively.

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    YingHuo-1——Martian Space Environment Exploration Orbiter
    ZHAO Hua
    2008, 28 (5):  395-401.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.395
    Abstract ( 2338 )   PDF (298KB) ( 1864 )   Save

    This paper gives a brief introduction of YingHuo-1 (YH-1), a Chinese Martian Space Environment Exploration Orbiter. YH-1 is a micro-satellite developed by Chinese Aerospace Industry,and will be launched together with Russian spacecraft, Phobos-Grunt, to orbit Mars in September,2009. Four payloads are selected for the mission, plasma package, including of electron analyzer, ion energy and mass analyzer; sat-sat occultation receiver; flux-gate magnetometer; and optical monitor.YH-1 mission focus on the investigation of the characteristics and its evolution of the Martian space Environment, and identifying major plasma processes, which provide channels for Martian volatiles escaping.

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    Progress Report of Space Life Science in China
    CHEN Shanguang;LI Yinghui
    2008, 28 (5):  402-411.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.402
    Abstract ( 1796 )   PDF (572KB) ( 1240 )   Save

    In the past two years, space life sciences research in China is characterized by a tendency toward integration of scientific and engineering resources in preparing and implementing advanced space programs. In the field of operational medicine, we carried out an international cooperated Head-Down Bed Rest (HDBR) experiment and investigated the effects of Chinese herbs compounds on astronaut's physiological functions. The effect of microgravity and its mechanisms were further studied from the level of physiology and biology. At the same time, state-level platform for ground and space experiment was established.

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    Advances in Research and Service of Space Environment in China
    SHI Liqin;GONG Jiancun;LIU Siqing;HU Xiong;LIU Jing;HUANG Wengeng
    2008, 28 (5):  412-423.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.412
    Abstract ( 1657 )   PDF (191KB) ( 1556 )   Save

    This paper presents the recent progress of space environment research and service in China.During the past two years,many models of space environment forecast and analysis methods of space environment effects have been developed for tailored space environment service for Chinese space mission.A new Re-locatable Atmospheric Observatory(RAO)for monitoring atmospheric wind,temperature,density and pressure of the near space from 20 km up to 120 km altitudes is being constructed.In space environment service space environment safety was provided to ensure the safety of CE-1 for its launch and operation in 2007.

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    Space Astronomy in China: 2006-2008
    GAN Weiqun
    2008, 28 (5):  424-425.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.424
    Abstract ( 1861 )   PDF (63KB) ( 1053 )   Save

    In 2006 to 2008,the main activities in Chinese space astronomy focus on:(1)undertaking some missions set by CNSA,like HXMT,SMESE,wso/vv,SST,KUAFU,and so on;(2)drawing up a long-term plan of Chinese space astronomy.This paper summarizes in brief all these activities.

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    Progress of Solar Corona Study in China
    ZHAO Xinhua;SONG Wenbin
    2008, 28 (5):  426-443.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.426
    Abstract ( 1926 )   PDF (233KB) ( 1067 )   Save

    Solar corona study is an important aspect of space weather research.In recent years,great achieVements have been acquired on the solar corona study by the space physics group of China.This paper gives a brief outline of these progresses that have been made during 2006--2008.This kind of research includes observational study of the corona,theoretical investigations,statistical analysis based on a large number of data sets,numerical method for MHD modeling,numerical study of space weather events,and prediction methods for the complicated processes originating from the solar corona.Each is given as a separate part in the following.

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    Interplanetary Physics Research in China: 2006-2008
    WANG Chi;FENG Xueshang
    2008, 28 (5):  444-453.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.444
    Abstract ( 1913 )   PDF (167KB) ( 1087 )   Save

    This brief report summarized the latest advances of the interplanetary physics research in China during the period of 2006-2007,made independently by Chinese space physicists and through international collaboration.The report covers all aspects of the interplanetary physics,including theoretical studies,numerical simulation and data analysis.

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    Multi-Scale Physical Process in the Magnetosphere
    CAO Jinbin;LIU Zhenxing
    2008, 28 (5):  454-467.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.454
    Abstract ( 1891 )   PDF (200KB) ( 1062 )   Save

    The brief report presents a part of the research results of the magnetospheric physics researches in China during the period of 2006--2008.During the past two years,China-ESA cooperation DSP(Double Star Program)satellites were basically operating normally in its extended lifetime.The DSP and Cluster missions provide Chinese space physicists high quality data to study multi-scale physical process in the magnetosphere.The work made based on the data of DSP is presented in the paper of"Progress of Double Star Program"of this issue.

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    A Review on the Ionospheric Research: Chinese Works During 2006-2008
    WAN Weixing
    2008, 28 (5):  468-491.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.468
    Abstract ( 2077 )   PDF (314KB) ( 1262 )   Save

    This paper reviews various progresses on the ionospheric studies by the scientists in China during the last two years.The main contents concern the 4 aspects of the ionospheric research:(1)ionospheric weather and coupling with magnetosphere(polar and auroral ionosphere,ionospheric response to substorms,ionospheric storms);(2)mid-and low-latitude ionospheric climatology(ionospheric properties,yearly variations and solar activity dependence,long term variation);(3)ionospheric coupling with neutral atmosphere(gravity waves,tides,planetary waves,background upper atmosphere,and ionospheric response);and(4)ionospheric diagnostics(observation,modeling,and prediction).

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    Advances in Research and Service of Space Environment in China
    SHI Liqin;GONG Jiancun;LIU Siqing;HU Xiong;LIU Jing;HUANG Wengeng
    2008, 28 (5):  492-495.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.492
    Abstract ( 1713 )   PDF (180KB) ( 1072 )   Save

    This paper presents the recent progress of space environment research and service in China.During the past two years,many models of space environment forecast and analysis methods of space environment effects have been developed for tailored space environment service for Chinese space mission.A new Re-locatable Atmospheric Observatory(RAO)for monitoring atmospheric wind,temperature,density and pressure of the near space from 20 km up to 120 km altitudes is being constructed.In space environment service space environment safety was provided to ensure the safety of CE-1 for its launch and operation in 2007.

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    China Space Environment Development
    XU Ying;WANG Shijin;ZHU Guangwu;LIANG Jinbao;SUN Yueqiang
    2008, 28 (5):  496-498.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.496
    Abstract ( 1608 )   PDF (103KB) ( 1041 )   Save

    This paper presents Chinese space environment detection and parts of results,and gives a short perspective of space environment observations on Chinese future satellites.

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    Eleventh Five-Year Plan for Space Science Development
    China National Space Administration
    2008, 28 (5):  499-505.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.499
    Abstract ( 1474 )   PDF (105KB) ( 662 )   Save

    Preface Space science is a discipline to study the universe,to investigate the fundamental process of molecules and atoms,and reveal,at the underlying roots,the laws of the external world.Space science is a hot research area,a stage of display of the scientific and teclmological capabilities of a country,and moreover,a drivingforce of world technology development.

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    Summary of CNCOSPAR Activities 2006-2008
    Secretariat of Chinese Committee on Space Research
    2008, 28 (5):  506-506.  doi: 10.11728/cjss2008.05.506
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    1 In Brief In July,2006,we have successfully organized the 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly in Beijing.This is the most important event for US during this period.Summary of this meeting has been submitted to both the Chinese government and the HQs of COSPAR after the meeting.Both the Chinese government and the HQs of COSPAR were satisfied with the outcome of the event.

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