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RADOM-7 is a Bulgarian apparatus, designed to measure precisely cosmic radiation. It is going to be installed on the Indian satellite Chandrayaan-1, and deployed on the International Space Station. It will probably replace another similar apparatus - Lyulin (also Bulgarian-made) which was primarily intended to serve on the Chandrayaan-1 satellite. Some Chinese spacecraft will probably employ RADOM-7 in the future.

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