NASA has announced that it has selected two small satellite programs to enhance deep space science advances, enabling NASA to develop models to predict space weather events that may affect astronauts and the spacecraft.NASA in the United States provided $ 400,000 in funding for both nine-month study programs.
According to NASA, both options are based on potential technical and scientific value as well as feasibility. These programs will support NASA's solar physics program. The project aims to better understand the spatial nature of the entire solar system. These projects also plan to determine how space affects the amount of solar energy and particle release.
At the end of several months of research, NASA will choose one of the options as an auxiliary probe load between NASA's star-studded mapping and acceleration (called IMAP). The detector will be launched in October 2024. CubeSat's built-in satellite and low-optimal communication technology, while detecting high levels of atomic neutral energy, can alert astronauts to radiation.