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1Sytnik OV, 1Kabanov AV, 1Efimov VB, 1Kurekin AS, 1Tsymbal VN. Quality criterion for the radar images produced by coherent remote sensing systems. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2002 ;8(2-3):287-288.
1Sytnik OV, 1Efimov VB, 1Tsymbal VN, 1Kabanov AV. Dynamic adaptive correction of radar-tracking images. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2007 ;13(Supplement1):074-077 .
1Sytnik OV, 1Efimov VB, 1Tsymbal VN, 1Kabanov AV. The merge information method for multifrequency systems of remote sensing of the Earth. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2007 ;13(Supplement1):067-070 .
1Syniavskyi II, 1Ivanov Yu.S, 1Sosonkin MG, 2Milinevsky GP, 1Koshman G. Multispectral imager-polarimeter of the "AEROSOL-UA" space project. Space Science and Technology. 2018 ;24(3):23-32.
1Syniavskyi II, 2Milinevsky GP, 1Ivanov Yu.S, 1Sosonkin MG, 3Danylevsky VO, 1Rosenbush VK, 1Bovchaliuk AP, 4Lukenyuk AA, 5Shymkiv AP, 6Mishchenko MI. Methodology, hardware implementation, and validation of satellite remote sensing of atmospheric aerosols: first results of the Aerosol-UA space experiment development. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2015 ;21(3):09–17.
1Syniavskyi II. 11th IAA International Symposium «Small Satellites for Earth Observation». Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2017 ;23(3):81-81.
1Sydorenko HS, 2Solovyov VS, 1Tkachuk AA, 1Kleyman OS. Using signals of satellite radio navigation systems for comparison of time scales. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2001 ;7(4):077-082.
1Svechnikov SV, 1Shapar VN. Proposals for the ISS: «Optocoupling» Experiment Fiber optic rotary joints for non-contact transmission of information to and from rotating equipment. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2000 ;6(4):040-041.
1Sumaruk TP, 1Sumaruk PV. The recurrence of the geomagnetic activity and large-scale magnetic field of the Sun. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(1):57-61.
1Sumaruk TP, 1Sumaruk PV, 1Sumaruk Yu.P. Geomagnetic activity and energetics of the magnetosphere during the 19–24th solar activity cycles. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(3):46–51.

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