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1Donets VV. Design features of on-board air-based hyperspectrometers AIS. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(5):05–11.
1Lyalko VI, 2Shportjuk ZM, 1Sibirtseva ОN, 3Dugin SS, 1Vorobiev AI. An investigation of changes in vegetation indices for wheat over a gas field (underground gas storage facility) on the basis of hyperspectral data. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(2):15–19.
1Khizhniak VV, 2Dedenok VP, 2Tkachenko АO. Ionospheric disturbances before the great earthquakes in Haiti (М = 7.2) and Japan (М = 9.0) from data of satellite radionavigation systems. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(6):35–42.
1Donets VV, 2Tsymbal AYu., 1Brovchenko VV. Monoblock constructions of on-board and field hyperspectrometers. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(4):37–44.
1Savanevich VE, 2Bryukhovetskiy AB, 2Kozhukhov AM, 3Dikov EN, 2Vlasenko VP. The program CoLiTec for automated detection of faint celestial bodies. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(1):39–46.
1Yatskiv Ya.S, 2Mishchenko MI, 1Rosenbush VK, 3Shakhovskoy DN, 1Sinyavsky II, 4Milinevsky GP, 1Kiselev NN, 1Ivanov Yu.S, 1Petukhov VN, 5Danylevsky VO, et al. Satellite project «Aerosol-UA»:remote sensing of aerosols in the Earth’s atmosphere. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(4):03–15.
1Dudnik OV, 2Prieto M, 1Kurbatov EV, 2Sanchez S, 3Timakova TG, 3Titov KG, 2Parra P. A small-sized device for monitoring of high-energy electrons and nuclei in the outer space. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(6):22–34.
1Donets VV, 2Muravskiy LI. Some features of the use of emission detectors in on-board hyperspectrometers. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(3):20–37.
1Zholobak GM, 1Shportiuk ZM, 1Sibirtseva ON, 2Dugin SS. Study of vegetation red edge indices of reflectance spectra for crops of winter wheat cultivated in the steppe zone of Ukraine. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(4):45–51.
1Ryabov MI, 2Volvach AE, 3Sukharev AL, 4Donskikh AI, 5Adobovskii VV, 6Kuklina NYa., 6Shabalina OA, 7Gubar GA, 7Pokidaylo SL. A temporal spectrum of the Bleak Sea level variations and a possible relation between this spectrum and dynamics of changes in the position of the CrAO RT-22 as an element of the European geodynamic VLBI network. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(1):13–20.