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ပိုင်အိုနီးယား-၁၀ အာကာသယာဉ် Analysis of the radio tracking data from the "Pioneer 10" and "[[Pioneer 11|11]]" spacecraft at distances between 20–70 AU from the Sun has consistently indicated the presence of a small but anomalous [[Doppler effect|Doppler]] frequency drift. The drift can be interpreted as due to a constant acceleration of directed towards the Sun. Although it is suspected that there is a [[Systematic bias|systematic origin]] to the effect, none was found. As a result, there is sustained interest in the nature of this so-called "[[Pioneer anomaly]]". Extended analysis of mission data by Slava Turyshev and colleagues has determined the source of the anomaly to be asymmetric thermal radiation. In July 2012, the [[Pioneer anomaly]] was explained as a thermal recoil force (heat escaping) acting on the face of the Pioneers away from the Sun.
ပိုင်အိုနီးယား-၁၀ အာကာသယာဉ် During the first seven months of the journey, the spacecraft made three course corrections. The on-board instruments underwent checkouts, with the [[photometer]]s examining Jupiter and the [[Zodiacal light]], and experiment packages being used to measure cosmic rays, magnetic fields and the solar wind. The only anomaly during this interval was the failure of the star sensor, which instead required the spacecraft to maintain its orientation using the two sun sensors.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း Without the protection of the Earth's atmosphere, cosmonauts were exposed to higher levels of [[radiation]] from a steady flux of [[cosmic ray]]s and trapped protons from the [[South Atlantic Anomaly]]. The station's crews were exposed to an [[absorbed dose]] of about 5.2 [[Gray (unit)|cGy]] over the course of a [[Mir EO-18|115-day expedition]], producing an [[equivalent dose]] of 14.75 [[Sievert|cSv]], or 1133 µSv per day. This is approximately half of that received from natural [[background radiation]] on Earth in a year. The radiation environment of the station was not uniform, however; closer proximity to the station's hull led to an increased radiation dose, and the strength of radiation shielding varied between modules; "Kvant"-2's being better than the core module, for instance.