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PROBA launched
on October 22, 2001!

INTEGRAL launched
on October 17, 2002!

Rosetta launched
on March 2, 2004!

GIOVE-B launched
on April 26, 2008!

HERSCHEL and PLANCK launched
on May 14, 2009!


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SREM


The Standard Radiation Environment Monitor

SREM is a particle detector, developed for space applications. It measures high energy electrons and protons with a fair angular and spectral resolution and provides the host spacecraft with radiation information.  SREMs will be launched several satellites: Strv-1c, Proba-1, Integral, Rosetta, GIOVE-B, Herschel, Planck, and additional missions are to follow. SREM is the successor of the Radiation Environment Monitor REM.

SREM was developed and manufactured by oerlikon space in cooperation with Paul Scherrer Institute under a development contract of the European Space Agency.