PACS numbers

52.80.−s Electric discharges 92.60.Pw Atmospheric electricity, lightning 94.20.wq Solar radiation and cosmic ray effects
  1. M.L. Shmatov “Once again on the Gatchina discharge and ball lightning (comments on G.D. Shabanov's paper "On the possibility of making natural ball lightning using a new pulse discharge type in the laboratory" [Phys. Usp. 62 92 (2019); Usp. Fiz. Nauk 189 95 (2019)])63 96–98 (2020)
    51.50.+v, 52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  2. G.D. Shabanov “On relation between theoretical and experimental components in the papers on ball lightning (reply to M.L. Shmatov's comments [Usp. Fiz. Nauk 190 107 (2020)] on the paper "On the possibility of making natural ball lightning using a new pulse discharge type in the laboratory" [Phys. Usp. 62 92 (2019); Usp. Fiz. Nauk 189 95 (2019)])63 99–100 (2020)
    01.50.My, 01.55.+b, 05.65.+b, 41.20.Cv, 51.50.+v, 52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  3. L.P. Babich “Thunderous neutrons62 976–999 (2019)
    24.60.Lz, 25.20.−x, 92.60.Pw (all)
  4. G.D. Shabanov “On the possibility of making a natural ball lightning using a new pulse discharge type in the laboratory62 92–107 (2019)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  5. D.I. Iudin, S.S. Davydenko et alPhysics of lightning: new model approaches and prospects of the satellite observations61 766–778 (2018)
    92.60.Pw, 93.85.+q (all)
  6. O.O. Tsareva, L.M. Zelenyi et alWhat expects humankind during the inversion of the Earth's magnetic field: threats imagined and real61 191–202 (2018)
    91.25.Cw, 91.25.Mf, 94.20.wq (all)
  7. B.M. Smirnov “Electrical cycle in the Earth’s atmosphere57 1041–1062 (2014)
    92.60.Bh, 92.60.Mt, 92.60.Pw (all)
  8. V.A. Matveev “A tribute to S N Vernov54 182–185 (2011)
    01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 94.20.wq (all)
  9. M.I. Panasyuk “Coming of age and development of space physics at Moscow State University. Radiation in space: the legacy of S N Vernov54 190–202 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 07.87.+v, 94.20.wq (all)
  10. V.A. Dergachev “S N Vernov and space physics. Apatity-Leningrad 1968-198354 202–210 (2011)
    01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 94.20.wq (all)
  11. Yu.I. Stozhkov, G.A. Bazilevskaya “S N Vernov and cosmic ray research in the Earth atmosphere54 210–215 (2011)
    94.20.wq, 96.50.Vg, 96.50.Wx (all)
  12. E.G. Berezhko, G.F. Krymsky “S N Vernov and cosmic ray research in Yakutia54 215–220 (2011)
    01.65.+g, 94.20.wq, 96.50.S− (all)
  13. E.A. Mareev “Global electric circuit research: achievements and prospects53 504–511 (2010)
    92.60.Pw, 93.85.Jk, 94.20.Ss (all)
  14. L.D. Tsendin “Nonlocal electron kinetics in gas-discharge plasma53 133–157 (2010)
    52.25.Dg, 52.80.−s, 82.33.Xj (all)
  15. L.N. Pyatnitskii “Optical discharge in the field of a Bessel laser beam53 159–177 (2010)
    51.50.+v, 52.80.−s, 52.90.+z (all)
  16. G.S. Paiva, J.V. Ferreira et alEnergy density calculations for ball-lightning-like luminous silicon balls53 209–213 (2010)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  17. G.D. Shabanov “Lightning ball: experiments on creation and hypotheses (comment on “Energy density calculations for ball-lightning-like luminous silicon balls” by G S Paiva, J V Ferreira, C C Bastos, M V P dos Santos, A C Pavão)53 215–216 (2010)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  18. A.V. Gurevich, A.N. Karashtin et alNonlinear phenomena in the ionospheric plasma. Effects of cosmic rays and runaway breakdown on thunderstorm discharges52 735–745 (2009)
    52.80.−s, 92.60.Pw, 94.20.wq (all)
  19. B.M. Smirnov “Modeling of gas discharge plasma52 559–571 (2009)
    34.80.−i, 51.50.+v, 52.20.−j, 52.80.−s (all)
  20. G.A. Mesyats “Electron emission from ferroelectric plasma cathodes51 79–100 (2008)
    52.80.−s, 84.70.+p, 85.45.−w (all)
  21. A.R. Aramyan, G.A. Galechyan “Vortices in a gas-discharge plasma50 1147–1169 (2007)
    42.55.−f, 52.20.Hv, 52.75.−d, 52.80.−s (all)
  22. G.A. Mesyats “Similarity laws for pulsed gas discharges49 1045–1065 (2006)
    52.80.−s, 52.80.Dy, 52.80.Pi (all)
  23. G.A. Mesyats, M.I. Yalandin “High-power picosecond electronics48 211–229 (2005)
    52.59.−f, 52.80.−s, 84.30.Jc, 84.40.−x, 84.70.+p (all)
  24. A.I. Egorov, S.I. Stepanov, G.D. Shabanov “Laboratory demonstration of ball lightning47 99–101 (2004)
    52.80.−s, 92.60.Pw (all)
  25. M.I. Lomaev, V.S. Skakun et alExcilamps: efficient sources of spontaneous UV and VUV radiation46 193–209 (2003)
    07.60.−j, 42.72.Bj, 52.80.−s (all)
  26. V.A. Saranin “Electric field strength of charged conducting balls and the breakdown of the air gap between them45 1287–1292 (2002)
    41.20.Cv, 52.80.−s (all)
  27. A.V. Gurevich, K.P. Zybin “Runaway breakdown and electric discharges in thunderstorms44 1119–1140 (2001)
    52.80.−s, 52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  28. E.M. Bazelyan, Yu.P. Raizer “The mechanism of lightning attraction and the problem of lightning initiation by lasers43 701–716 (2000)
    52.80.−s, 52.80.Mg, 51.50.+v, 52.90.+z (all)
  29. V.V. Osipov “Self-sustained volume discharge43 221 (2000)
    51.50.+v, 52.80.−s, 52.80.Tn, 52.90.+z (all)
  30. B.M. Smirnov “Long-lived light phenomena in the atmosphere37 517–519 (1994)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw, 93.55.+z (all)
  31. B.M. Smirnov “Radiative processes involving fractal structures36 (7) 592–603 (1993)
    61.43.Hv, 52.80.−s (all)
  32. B.M. Smirnov “Observational properties of ball lightning35 (8) 650–670 (1992)
    52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw, 52.80.Hc (all)
  33. B.A. Trubnikov “Constrictions in a relativistic pinch with a longitudinal magnetic field34 (11) 1018–1020 (1991)
    52.27.Ny, 52.58.Lq, 52.65.Kj, 52.80.−s (all)
  34. A.A. Rukhadze, N.N. Sobolev, V.V. Sokovikov “Similarity relations for low-temperature nonisothermal discharges34 (9) 827–829 (1991)
    52.80.−s, 52.25.Dg, 52.25.Jm, 52.25.Fi (all)
  35. L.M. Biberman, B.A. Veklenko et alValentin Aleksandrovich Fabrikant (Obituary)34 (6) 549–550 (1991)
    01.60.+q, 52.25.Os, 52.70.Kz, 52.80.−s, 52.20.−j, 52.38.Bv (all)
  36. B.M. Smirnov “Physics of ball lightning33 (4) 261–288 (1990)
    92.60.Pw, 92.60.Vb (all)
  37. B.M. Smirnov “Current problems in ball lightning science33 (4) 309–310 (1990)
    01.30.Vv, 52.80.Mg, 92.60.Pw (all)
  38. G.S. Ivanov-Kholodnyi “Problems of solar-terrestrial physics and research on the ionosphere31 477–478 (1988)
    96.60.qe, 96.60.Ub, 96.60.Vg, 94.20.wq, 90.00.-x (all)
  39. V.D. Rusanov, A.A. Fridman, G.V. Sholin “The physics of a chemically active plasma with nonequilibrium vibrational excitation of molecules24 447–474 (1981)
    52.40.−w, 52.80.−s (all)
  40. L.M. Biberman, A.M. Prokhorov et alNikolai Nikolaevich Sobolev (on his sixtieth birthday)17 623–624 (1975)
    01.60.+q, 52.80.−s (all)
  41. N.A. Neretina, V.I. Perevodchikov et alBoris Nikolaevich Klyarfel’d (obituary)17 286–287 (1974)
    01.60.+q, 52.80.−s (all)
  42. A.F. Aleksandrov, A.A. Rukhadze “High-current electric-discharge light sources17 44–63 (1974)
  43. A.F. Aleksandrov, A.A. Rukhadze “Heavy-current Electric-discharge Light Sources14 814–815 (1972)
  44. G.A. Mesyats, Yu.I. Bychkov, V.V. Kremnev “Pulsed nanosecond electric discharges in gases15 282–297 (1972)
    52.80.−s, 51.50.+v (all)
  45. L.M. Biberman “Valentin Aleksandrovich Fabrikant10 798–799 (1968)
    01.60.+q, 42.25.−p, 52.80.−s (all)
  46. A.V. Nedospasov “Striations11 174–187 (1968)
    52.80.−s, 52.35.−g (all)
  47. L. Pekarek “Ionization waves (striations) in a discharge plasma11 188–208 (1968)
    52.80.−s, 52.35.−g (all)
  48. A.D. Danilov, G.S. Ivanov-Kholodnyi “Research on ion-molecule reactions and dissociative recombination in the upper atmosphere and in the laboratory8 92–116 (1965)
    94.20.dv, 94.20.Tt,, 94.20.dg, 94.20.wq (all)
  49. I.S. Shklovskii “The ultraviolet radiation and soft X-rays of the Sun4 812–834 (1962)
    92.60.Vb,, 94.20.dg,, 94.20.wq, 96.60.Q− (all)
  50. V.L. Ginzburg “Cosmic rays on Earth and in the Universe4 553–575 (1962), 96.50.Vg, 94.20.wq, 94.30.Xy, 98.70.Sa (all)
  51. I.M. Imyanitov, K.S. Shifrin “Present state of research on atmospheric electricity5 292–322 (1962)
    92.60.Pw, 92.60.Nv, 92.60.Qx (all)
  52. V.V. Vishnyakov, H.-W. T’ang, A.A. Tyapkin “LOW-VOLTAGE HALOGEN COUNTERS (Mechanism of Discharge)3 765–777 (1961)
  53. G.M. Strakhovskii, N.V. Kravtsov “Strong magnetic fields3 260–272 (1960)
    52.80.−s, 41.20.−q, 82.47.−a, 84.32.Hh (all)
  54. A.F. Kononkov “Mikhail Fedorovich Spasskii — eminent russian physicist and meteorologist of the 19TH century (on his 150th birthday and the 100th anniversary of his death)2 620–623 (1959)
    92.60.hv, 92.60.Ry, 92.60.Pw, 92.60.Nv (all)
  55. E.A. Sosnin, N.Yu. Babaeva et alModeling of transient luminous events in Earth middle atmosphere with apokamp discharge”, accepted
    52.80.Mg, 52.90.+z, 92.60.Pw, 07.05.Tp (all)
  56. L.P. Babich “Avalanche of relativistic runaway electrons”, accepted
    92.60.Pw, 52.90.+z, 52.80.Tn (all)
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