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1Agapitov AV. Dynamics of the low latitude terrestrial magnetopause from THEMIS measurements. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(1):19-30.
1Afanas’iev I. "The Russia, Ukraine and deep outer space". Interview with Ya.S. Yatskiv. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2011 ;17(5):80-82.
1Adamchuk-Chala NI. Clinorotation effect on the transformation from etyoplasts to chloroplasts for barley seedlings. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(5-6):208-210.
1Adamchuk-Chala NI. Influence of clinorotation on the photomembranes of 7-days Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) heynh. seedlings. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2003 ;9(Supplement2):044-047.
1Adamchuk NI, 1Fomishyna RM, 1Mykhaylenko NF, 1Zolotareva HK. Structure-functional changes of mesophyll cells of 12-days old clinorotated pea seedlings. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2001 ;7(Supplement1):170-172.
1Adamchuk NI. Ultrastructural changes of mesophyll cells as well as C02-assimilation rate in clinorotated arabidopsis plants. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2001 ;7(Supplement1):167-169.
1Aburjania GD, 2Lominadze JG, 1Khantadze AG, 1Kharshiladze OA. New mechanism for wavy amplification and mutual transformation in the ionosphere with inhomogeneous zonal winds. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2006 ;12(1):029-048.
1Aburjania GD, 2Lominadze JG, 1Khantadze AG, 1Kharshiladze OA. Generation mechanism and features of propagation of the ULF planetary-scale electromagnetic wavy structures in the ionosphere. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(5-6):062-081.
1Abrosimov VM, 2Kovalchuk AN, 1Malevinskii SV, 2Pinigin GI, 1Savchenko VV, 2Shulga AV. Investigation of near-earth space objects by the use of the telescope AZT-8 with a CCD camera. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(1):079-084.
1Abraimov VV, 2Lura F, 2Bohne L, 1Velichko NI, 1Markus AM, 1Agashkova NN, 3Mirzoeva LA. Investigation of the blistering and flecking effects materials of outer space factors on space optics. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 1995 ;1(2):39–54.