Ongoing Integrated Modeling Activities,

 

35

   

 What Is Possible for the Future?,

 

35

   

 Near-Term Results (Up to 2015),

 

36

   

 Far-Term Results (After 2015),

 

36

   

 References,

 

36

3

 

OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR SPACE WEATHER SUPPORT

 

38

   

 Current Operations Support (Space Shuttle and International Space Station Missions in Low Earth Orbit),

 

38

   

 Preflight and Extravehicular Activity Crew Exposure Projections,

 

39

   

 Radiological Support During Missions,

 

39

   

 Crew Exposure Modeling Capability,

 

40

   

 Radiation Monitoring Instruments and Dosimeters,

 

40

   

 Solar and Space Physics Support Areas for the Future,

 

42

   

 Systems Approach to Providing Space Weather Support to the Vision for Space Exploration,

 

43

   

 Components of a Space Weather Risk Mitigation Architecture,

 

43

   

 Lunar Hardware Elements,

 

46

   

 Mars Hardware Elements,

 

49

   

 Knowledge-to-Operations Transition,

 

52

   

 References,

 

53

4

 

SUMMARY AND WORKSHOP CONCLUSIONS

 

54

   

 Understanding of Solar Physics,

 

55

   

 Fundamental Understanding of Heliophysics,

 

55

   

 Solar Energetic Particle Event Predictions and Forecast Prospects,

 

56

   

 Long-Timescale Changes in Galactic Cosmic Radiation,

 

56

   

 Worst-Case Solar Particle Events,

 

57

   

 Summary,

 

58

 

 

APPENDIXES

 

 

   

 A  Reports of the Working Groups

 

61

   

 B  Statement of Task

 

78

   

 C  Workshop Participants and Agenda

 

79

   

 D  Biographies of Committee Members and Staff

 

84

   

 E  Acronyms

 

89



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