• Progress M-21M (TsUP)
    Оборудование для научных экспериментов: «Сейсмопрогноз», «Биодеградация», «Матрёшка-Р», «Термо-ЛАДА», «СПЛАНХ», «Капля-2», НА Баблл-дозиметр, Моноблок камеры высокого разрешения, Моноблок камеры среднего разрешения.
  • Robotics and Seismic Research Aboard Station (NASA, Dec. 10, 2013)
    Flight Engineers Sergey Ryazanskiy and Mikhail Tyurin spent their morning installing hardware and routing cables in the Zvezda service module for Seismoprognoz, a Russian experiment that seeks to develop and validate techniques for monitoring the precursors of earthquakes, which could lead to a global earthquake prediction system.

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  • Station Cosmonauts Complete Spacewalk to Deploy Cameras (NASA, Dec. 27, 2013)
    In addition to their work with the two cameras, the spacewalkers also removed the Vsplesk experiment package and jettisoned it. Vsplesk, installed during an Expedition 17 spacewalk in July 2008, was designed to monitor seismic effects using high-energy particle streams in the near-Earth environment. Kotov and Ryazanskiy replaced it with hardware for a more sophisticated earthquake-monitoring experiment, Seismoprognoz, which they attached to a Zvezda handrail.
  • Russian of the ISS crew made a spacewalk (RT, Dec. 28, 2013)


  • ISSでの船外活動 ロシア人飛行士新記録達成 (RUVR, 28.12.2013)


    * 若田宇宙飛行士、船外活動クルーの医学検査を実施(2013年12月27日) (JAXA)
  • Operations and Experiments at the International Space Station on January 10, 2014 (TsENKI, 10.01.2014)
    Besides, they will assemble and activate in the test mode the control and database unit as well as the autonomous temperature control unit for the Seismoprognoz experiment. The crew will also carry out the radiation dose measurements based on telemetric data and a routine servicing of the station's life support system and the onboard computing system.
  • ISS関連の船外活動 (JAXA, 2014年1月28日)
    第38次長期滞在クルー 2013.12.27 8時間07分
  • Feb. 4, 2014 - NASA
    09:50-10:00 FE-2 SEISMOPROGNOZ. Seismoprognoz P/L Data downlink (start). Tagup with specialists
    14:00-14:30 FE-2 SEISMOPROGNOZ. Downlink of Seismoprognoz P/L data (end). Tagup with specialists
  • ISS Operations - March 24, 2014
    Seismoprognoz Software Installation [Seismoprognoz will measure the temporal and spatial scales of ionospheric disturbances caused by seismic phenomena in order to develop algorithms to detect plasma features of earthquakes and anthropogenic impacts from space-based instruments. The payload consists of an external monoblock, a Data Control and Acquisition Module, an attachment kit, flash memory and associated cables and connectors.]
  • Astronauts Prepare for Dec. 6 Commercial Cargo Shipment November 23, 2015
    Kelly looked at working with touch-based technologies, explored liquid crystals and tended plants. His One-Year crewmate Mikhail Kornienko downlinked earthquake data captured on the orbital lab and stowed trash inside a Russian resupply ship.
  • Why do we need satellite photos and how to observe changes on Earth from space 31 May 2018
    Thanks to the "Seismoprognoz" experiment, it is possible to practice methods of monitoring earthquake precursors, emergency situations and man-made disasters. The monitoring of forest ecosystems is the responsibility of the "Dubrava" experiment - with its help it is possible to determine the impact on the forest cover of natural and man-made factors.

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  • The space experiment "Seismoprognoz-SM" (Planeta Koroleva)

    The external unit antenna except reception of electromagnetic high-frequency oscillation is used as an impedance probe which allows to determine the plasma parameters around the Space Station. The second antenna (rev., - a white rectangle on the green body of the external unit of the hardware) is intended to receive signals from GPS and GLONASS satellites and jointly with the satellite navigation equipment module is used to obtain information on the plasma ionization along the propagation path of the navigation signals.
  • Seismoprognoz Experiment (Energia)
    Day-and-night automatic recording in the measurement mode of power spectra and space-time distributions of ionospheric plasma parameters as well as the group and phase signal delays of GPS satellite cluster.
    Experimental methods of monitoring of plasma and electromagnetic precursors of earthquakes, emergencies and man-made disasters
  • Experiment: Seismoprognoz (Tsniimash)
    Identifier of the experiment: Seismoprognoz
    Direction NPI: 2. Earth and Space Sciences
    Name of the experiment: Experimental methods of monitoring electromagnetic and plasma precursors of earthquakes and man-made emergencies and disasters
    The purpose of the experiment: The aim of the experiment is to develop methods and technical means for monitoring natural and man-made disasters and environmental monitoring, including a study of earthquake precursors.
    Description of the experiment: TBE "Seismoprognoz" is in a large series of experiments aimed at finding and establishing patterns of ionospheric responses to seismic events that can be used to predict earthquakes. Today it is quite a popular destination, with each new devastating earthquake adds relevance such studies.
    Authors TBE "Seismoprognoz" based on the experiments carried out on the satellite "Intercosmos-19", "Cosmos 1809", "Active", "APEX", "Coronas-I" suggest using an RF spectrum analyzer (RFA) with a range of 0.05 - 48 MHz to study the global structure of the ionosphere and the variations of ionospheric plasma density at altitudes of the ISS orbit. RFA should enable register pulsed electromagnetic radiation in the radio frequency meter generated directly above the focus of a future earthquake (electromagnetic radiation seismogenic origin is not reflected by the ionosphere and can be detected at altitudes ISS). In parallel with the registration pulsed electromagnetic radiation is proposed to use the receiving equipment for satellite navigation radio occultation measurements.
    This method allows you to recover not only the altitude profiles of the electron density of the ionosphere, but the parameters and profiles of the neutral atmosphere, which expands the range of the investigated processes in the atmosphere and ionosphere.
    The novelty of the experiment:
    Scientific equipment: RF spectrum analyzer (MRCHA) - RF Analyzer EMI natural and artificial origin, working in a range 0,05-48 MHz, complete unit impendansnogo resonance probe, which is designed to measure plasma irregularities and plasma resonances in the range of 0.05-15 MHz.
    GPS navigation dual-frequency receivers. GPS navigation device is used for ionospheric measurements on signals of a satellite navigation system GPS. The device can operate in standalone mode and differential.
    Expected results:
    Condition of the experiment: Preparing
    Organization Director: Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation (Troitsk)
    Organization members:
    Supervisor: Kuznetsov Vladimir Dmitrievich
    Curator of TsNIIMash: Shalnov MP
    Section KNTS: 4. Solar system
    Publications of the experiment: List of publications in the editing process.
    Last Update: 16.05.2012

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