Cosmic Radiation Exposure on Polar Flights, Part 1

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It is no exaggeration that flight operations in polar regions are faced with tremendous challenges. Unique planning and operational considerations are required due to the remote terrain, extreme temperatures, areas of magnetic unreliability, space weather, availability of ETOPS alternates and...

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