Abstract

BSO crystals are excellent recording media for use in the holographic instrument of a multiple diagnostic instrument (Fluid Science Laboratory), for monitoring fluid phenomena onboard the ISS. Some experiments have been already presented that showed the potentiality of BSO for this kind of application. Here we present the crystals qualification for use within FSL with respect to gamma rays and protons radiations.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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