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Des chercheurs chinois ont réussi à établir le niveau de radiation à la surface de la Lune à l’aide de la station automatique Chang’e 4. Il s’est avéré que la dose quotidienne d’irradiation était en moyenne de 1.369 microsieverts, is around 200 fois supérieure à celle de la surface de la Terre.
Une équipe de scientifiques chinois a découvert que le niveau de rayonnement à la surface de la Lune était 200 fois plus élevé que celui de la Terre, according to a study published on 25 septembre dans la revue Science Advances.
According to the study, ils ont pris comme base les données de la station automatique chinoise Chang’e 4 qui a travaillé sur la Lune en 2019 et à bord de laquelle un dosimètre à neutrons a été placé.
Les spécialistes ont ainsi pu déterminer que la dose quotidienne d’irradiation ionisante était en moyenne de 1.369 microsieverts, is 2 at 3 fois supérieure à celle de la Station spatiale internationale.
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Moon, Radioactive decay, Radiation, Earth, Chang’e 4
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