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1Gavrylov RV, 1Melenevsky Yu.A, 2Konyukhov SN, 2Dranovsky VI, 2Koshkin MI, 3Alekseev Yu.S, 4Korotkov AS, 4Schogol VA, 4Sokolov VA, 5Eremenko VV, et al. Stand rig facility for thermo-vacuum testing of space vehicles. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(5-6):042-046.
1Gavrylov RV, 1Kislov AM, 1Romanenko VG. Computer simulation of radiant fluxes in solar simulators. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(5-6):038-041.
1Gavrylov RV, 1Kislov AM, 1Melenevsky Yu.A, 1Tserkovny AI. The simulator of the Earth's radiation for thermo-vacuum tests of spacecrafts. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(5-6):035-037.
1Gavrylov RV. Ground-based and aboard investigations of materials, processes, and designs of the rocket-space engineering. Creation of onground ground-based simulation equipment. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2005 ;11(5-6):064-077.
1Gavrilenko AS, 1Efimov VB, 2Klochko GI, 1Kurekin AS, 1Matveev AYa., 1Tsymbal VN, 3Yatsevich SE. Remote sensing of subsuperficial objects by radiophysical methods and facilities. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(4):22-32.
1Garmash KP, 1Chernogor LF. The results of observations of dynamic processes in the ionosphere that accompany the effect of acoustic radiation on the atmospheric boundary layer. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2015 ;21(1):54–57.
1Garmash KP, 1Leus SG, 1Chernogor LF, 2Shamota MA. Geomagnetic pulsations associated with rocket launches from different cosmodromes of the world. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(1):31-43.
1Garmash KP, 1Leus SG, 1Pokhylko SN, 1Chernogor LF. Monitoring of space weather variations k. magnetometricp. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2003 ;9(Supplement2):082-085.
1Garmash KP, 1Leus SG, 1Chernogor LF, 2Shamota MA. Geomagnetic field variations accompanying missile launches and the firing of spacecraft orbital maneuvering subsystem thrusters. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2007 ;13(6):087-098.
1Gamulya GD, 2Frolov GA, 2Kolotilo AD, 2Borovik DV. Set of modular friction units for the space experiment «Material–Friction» and some results of their testing. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(3):11-19.

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