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1Mirny OA, 1Drobakhin OI, 1Kuligin AM. Emergency rescue system VITA. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(Supplement1):070-075.
1Minin OA, 2Lobanov VF, 2Yakubovsky VP. The modern system for tracking over artificial Earth satellites at the «Katsiveli-1893» station. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(5-6):148-151.
1Milman Yu.V, 1Ivaschenko RK. Proposals for the ISS: «Indentor» Experiment New method and instrument for definition of mechanical properties of materials in space by local loading with an indentor. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2000 ;6(4):037-038.
1Mikheenko LA, 1Borovytskyi VN. Metrological support of radiometric calibration of opto-electronic instruments for the Earth remote sensing. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(5):03-15.
1Mikheenko LA, 1Mykytenko VI. Radiometric calibration of multispectral high resolution scanners. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(3):42-49.
1Mikheenko LA, 1Borovytskyi VN. "Multisphere" system of radiometric calibration of precise space borne optoelectronic instruments for remote sensing. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2014 ;20(4):22-30.
1Miatselskaya NS, Bril AI, 1Chaikovsky AP, 1Fedarenka AS, 2Milinevsky GP. Integrated satellite and groundbased regional monitoring of atmospheric aerosol by lidar and radiometric systems using data assimilation. Space Science and Technology. 2020 ;26(1):59-71.
1Miatselskaya NS, 1Kabashnikov VP, Norko AV, 1Chaikovsky AP, Bril AI, 2Milinevsky GP, 3Danylevsky VO. Atmosphere aerosol modeling by GEOS-Chem for the “Aerosol-UA” space project validation. Space Science and Technology. 2017 ;23(3):03-10.
1Mendzhul MI. «Induction» Experiment Influence of microgravity on the lysogenic cyanobacteria. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2000 ;6(4):112-112.
1Mel’nick VN, 1Karachun VV. Passive methods for decreasing gyroscopic integrator errors caused by the diffraction of sound waves on bracket of the gyro. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2003 ;9(1):022-028.