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RadLab Platform: Investigating Space RadiationThe RadLab Project, initiated by the Open Science Data Repository (OSDR) for Space Biology at NASA Ames Research Center (, aims to be an ongoing compilation of radiation data relevant to human space flight. Sponsored by the NASA Human Research Program, RadLab serves as the latest database in this domain. RadLab is intended to serve the needs of both the space radiation detector and space radiation biology communities. The RadLab architecture is being designed to accommodate data both from low Earth orbit (LEO) and beyond low Earth orbit (BLEO).
Our long-term vision entails the establishment of a sustainable database receiving continuous updates through APIs connecting to other databases, as well as individual investigator contributions via a RadLab submission portal, modeled on the OSDR ( In addition to serving as a resource for space biologists and space radiation physicists, such a database would facilitate the deployment of AI algorithms to study the impact of location in space and within spacecraft on the ambient space radiation field. The ultimate goal is to develop predictive dosimetry algorithms for future BLEO missions.
Document ID
Acquisition Source
Ames Research Center
Document Type
Sylvain V Costes
(Ames Research Center Mountain View, California, United States)
Kirill Grigorev
(Blue Marble Space Seattle, Washington, United States)
Jack Miller
(Wyle (United States) El Segundo, California, United States)
Date Acquired
August 22, 2023
Subject Category
Space Radiation
Meeting Information
Meeting: 26th Workshop on Radiation Monitoring and Investigation in Space Science (WRMISS)
Location: Rome
Country: IT
Start Date: September 5, 2023
End Date: September 7, 2023
Sponsors: German Aerospace Center
Funding Number(s)
WBS: 271118.01.01.10
Distribution Limits
Public Use Permitted.
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