PACS numbers

94.20.−y Physics of the ionosphere 96.30.−t Solar system objects 96.50.Ci Solar wind plasma; sources of solar wind
  1. M.L. Litvak, A.B. Sanin “Water in the Solar system61 779–792 (2018)
    96.12.−a, 96.20.−n, 96.30.−t (all)
  2. V.V. Izmodenov “Global structure of the heliosphere: 3D kinetic-MHD model and the interpretation of spacecraft data61 793–804 (2018)
    96.50.Ci, 96.50.Ek, 96.60.Vg (all)
  3. V.A. Sadovnichy “S N Vernov as a Moscow University scientist54 185–189 (2011)
    01.60.+q, 07.87.+v, 94.20.−y (all)
  4. G.A. Markov, A.S. Belov “Demonstration of nonlinear wave phenomena in the plasma of a laboratory model of an ionospheric-magnetospheric density duct53 703–712 (2010)
    01.50.Pa, 52.35.−g, 94.20.−y (all)
  5. V.V. Safargaleev, E.D. Tereshchenko “Geophysical research in Spitsbergen Archipelago: status and prospects53 511–517 (2010)
    94.05.Sd, 94.20.−y, 94.30.−d (all)
  6. N.A. Armand, Yu.V. Gulyaev et alResults of solar wind and planetary ionosphere research using radiophysical methods53 517–523 (2010)
    94.20.−y, 96.50.Ci, 96.30.−t (all)
  7. V.E. Kunitsyn, E.D. Tereshchenko et alSatellite radio probing and the radio tomography of the ionosphere53 523–528 (2010)
    41.20.Jb, 94.20.−y, 94.80.+g (all)
  8. V.D. Kuznetsov “Space research at the Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation, Russian Academy of Sciences53 528–534 (2010)
    07.87.+v, 94.20.−y, 94.80.+g (all)
  9. V.S. Beskin “School of Modern Astrophysics — 200952 1185–1187 (2009)
    01.10.Fv, 96.30.−t, 96.60.−j (all)
  10. L.M. Zelenyi, A.V. Zakharov, L.V. Ksanfomality “The Solar System: current understanding and future prospects52 1056–1076 (2009)
    96.10.+i, 96.30.−t, 97.82.−j (all)
  11. Yu.V. Gulyaev, V.A. Kotel’nikov et alCommemoration of the centenary of the birth of Academician V A Kotel’nikov (Joint scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Division of Nanotechnologies and Information Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 17 September 2008)52 183–205 (2009)
    01.10.Fv, 01.60.+q, 01.65.+g, 02.70.−c, 03.65.Ta, 43.30.+m, 43.58.+z, 89.70.−a, 91.50.Ga, 95.55.−n, 96.30.−t (all)
  12. L.M. Zelenyi, N.A. Armand “Vladimir Aleksandrovich Kotel’nikov and Solar System studies52 190–197 (2009)
    01.65.+g, 95.55.−n, 96.30.−t (all)
  13. A.V. Gurevich “Nonlinear effects in the ionosphere50 1091–1121 (2007)
    41.20.Jb, 52.35.−g, 52.40.Db, 94.20.−y (all)
  14. A.A. Andronov, V.L. Bratman et alJoint meeting of the Editorial Board of the Journal ’Izvestiya Vuzov. Radiofizika’ and the Scientific Council of the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences dedicated to the ninetieth birthday of Vitalii Lazarevich Ginzburg (4 October 2006)50 301–303 (2007)
    41.20.Jb, 41.60.Cr, 42.25.Ja, 52.35.Mw, 52.59.−f, 84.40.Ik, 87.10.+e, 94.20.−y, 96.50.S−, 98.70.Sa (all)
  15. V.L. Frolov, N.V. Bakhmet’eva et alModification of the earth’s ionosphere by high-power high-frequency radio waves50 315–324 (2007)
    41.20.Jb, 52.35.Mw, 94.20.−y (all)
  16. O.I. Korablev “Study of the atmospheres of the terrestrial planets48 626–635 (2005)
    96.30.−t, 96.35.Hv, 96.35.Cp (all)
  17. T. Owen, S. Atreya, H. Niemann “A ’wild surmise’: first results from the Huygens probe into Titan’s atmosphere48 635–638 (2005)
    96.30.−t, 96.35.−j, 96.35.Hv (all)
  18. S.A. Pulinets, V.V. Khegai et alThe atmospheric electric field as a source of variability in the ionosphere41 515–522 (1998)
    94.20.−y
  19. M.N. Izakov “Self-organization and information for planets and ecosystems40 1035–1042 (1997)
    05.70.Ln, 87.10.+e, 96.30.−t, 89.60.+x (all)
  20. L.I. Dorman, I.Ya. Libin “Short-period variations in cosmic-ray intensity28 233–256 (1985)
    98.70.Sa, 96.50.sh, 96.50.Bh, 96.50.Ci, 96.60.Vg (all)
  21. M.D. Kislik “Experimental check of the general theory of relativity and the oblateness of the sun28 85–86 (1985)
    04.20.−q, 04.25.Nx, 96.30.−t, 96.12.De, 95.30.Sf, 45.50.Pk (all)
  22. K.G. Ivanov “Structure of the Typical Nonstationary Stream of Interplanetary Plasma from Direct Measurements18 807–809 (1975)
    96.50.Ci, 96.50.Qx, 96.50.Fm, 96.50.Tf, 96.50.Ek, 96.60.qe (all)
  23. M.A. Kolosov, N.A. Savich “Study of the Space Plasma by the Dispersion Interferometer Method16 742–743 (1974)
    94.05.−a, 94.80.+g, 96.12.Jt, 96.15.Hy, 96.50.Ci (all)
  24. N.A. Lotova “Radioastronomical investigations of the inhomogeneous structure of the near-solar plasma11 424–434 (1968)
    96.60.P−, 96.60.Vg, 95.30.Qd, 96.50.Ci, 98.70.Dk (all)
  25. L.S. Gorn, B.I. Khazanov “Radiation measurements in space11 437–452 (1968)
    92.60.Vb, 96.50.Ci, 96.60.Vg, 94.30.−d, 29.40.Mc, 95.55.−n (all)
  26. N.A. Lotova, V.M. Finkel’berg “Interplanetary flickering of radio sources and its use in astrophysics9 180–182 (1966)
    98.70.Dk, 95.55.Jz, 96.60.Ub, 96.60.Tf, 96.50.Ci (all)
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