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1Shybetskiy VYu. Errors of two-stage gyro in semi-natural conditions of hypersonic flight. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2014 ;20(2):52-54.
1Shuyenko OV, 1Kozak LV, 1Ivchenko VM. Transient luminous events during thunderstorms and the simulation of electric fields in the lower atmosphere. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2010 ;16(2):23-34.
1Shuvalov VA, 1Tokmak NA, 2Reznichenko NP. Degradation of spacecraftpolymer films on long exposure to atomic oxygen flows and vacuum ultraviolet radiation. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2015 ;21(5):57–68.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Kochubey GS, 2Priimak AI, 2Reznichenko NP. Degradation of the electric power of solar arrays under the influence of the near-satellite environment in geostationary orbits. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2002 ;8(4):025-036.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Bystritskii MG, 2Churilov AE. Deterioration of radio signals and distortion of spacecraft radar characteristics by plasma jets from electric propulsion engines. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 1999 ;5(2):81–92.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Makarov AL, 3Lazuchenkov DN. Identification of earthquakes using satellite measurements of ionospheric plasma disturbances. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2016 ;22(1):64-78.
1Shuvalov VA, 1Gorev NB, 1Tokmak NA, 1Pismennyi NI, 2Osinovyj GG. Dynamic effect of a plasma beam on a space debris object. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2017 ;23(1):36-49.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Kochubey GS, 2Priymak AI, 2Pismenniy NI. High-altitude spacecraft power losses of solar arrays as a result of interaction with environment. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(4):039-049.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Simanov VG, 3Horolsky PG, 1Kulagin SN. Deceleration of an artificially magnetized spacecraft in the ionospheric plasma. Space Science and Technology. 2020 ;26(2):59-71.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Tikhii VG, 3Priymak AI, 4Gusarova IA, 1Pismennyi NI, 1Tokmak NA, 3Reznichenko NP, 5Nosikov SV, 3Kochubey GS. Degradation of polymeric materials for covering spacecraft solar arrays under exposure to atomic oxygen flows. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2005 ;11(5-6):078-086.