PACS numbers

95.30.Sf Relativity and gravitation 95.55.Cs Ground-based ultraviolet, optical and infrared telescopes 97.60.Gb Pulsars 98.54.Aj Quasars 98.62.Js Galactic nuclei (including black holes), circumnuclear matter, and bulges 98.80.Es Observational cosmology (including Hubble constant, distance scale, cosmological constant, early Universe, etc)
  1. P.B. Ivanov, E.V. Mikheeva et alInterferometric observations of supermassive black holes in the millimeter wave band62 (5) (2019)
    98.62.Js, 98.62.Mw (all)
  2. V.S. Beskin “Radio pulsars --- already fifty years!61 353–380 (2018)
    01.65.+g, 95.30.Qd, 97.60.Gb (all)
  3. V.V. Zheleznyakov, E.Ya. Zlotnik et alDouble plasma resonance nd its manifestations in radio astronomy59 997–1020 (2016)
    96.60.P−, 96.60.Tf, 97.60.Gb, 52.35.−g, 52.35.Hr, 52.35.Qz (all)
  4. A.M. Cherepashchuk “Observing stellar mass and supermassive black holes59 702–712 (2016)
    04.70.−s, 97.60.Lf, 98.62.Js (all)
  5. V.S. Beskin, A.A. Zheltoukhov “On the anomalous torque applied to a rotating magnetized sphere in a vacuum57 799–806 (2014)
    03.50.De, 41.20.−q, 97.60.Gb (all)
  6. A.V. Toporensky, S.B. Popov “The Hubble flow: an observer’s perspective57 708–713 (2014)
    98.62.Py, 98.80.−k, 98.80.Es (all)
  7. V.G. Kurt, N.N. Shakhvorostova “CMB spectral distortions during the recombination of the primeval plasma in the early Universe57 389–406 (2014)
    52.40.Db, 98.70.Vc, 98.80.Es (all)
  8. B.P. Schmidt “The path to measuring an accelerating Universe56 (10) (2013)
    01.10.Fv, 95.36.+x, 97.60.Bw, 98.80.Es (all)
  9. S. Perlmutter “Measuring the acceleration of the cosmic expansion using supernovae56 (10) (2013)
    01.10.Fv, 95.36.+x, 97.60.Bw, 98.80.Es (all)
  10. O.V. Verkhodanov, A.G. Doroshkevich “Sky pixelization for the analysis of extended emission56 801–812 (2013)
    95.75.−z, 95.85.Bh, 98.80.−k, 98.80.Es (all)
  11. G.M. Beskin, S.V. Karpov et alWide-field subsecond temporal resolution optical monitoring systems for detection and study of cosmic hazards56 836–842 (2013)
    89.60.Gg, 95.55.Cs, 96.30.Ys (all)
  12. Advances in astronomy (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 27 February 2013)56 704–737 (2013)
    01.10.Fv, 04.50.−h, 04.70.−s, 07.57.−c, 07.87.+v, 12.10.Kt, 84.40.−x, 89.20.−a, 95.36.+x, 96.12.−a, 96.30.Gc, 97.10.Bt, 97.60.Lf, 97.80.Jp, 98.62.Js, 98.70.Qy, 98.80.−k (all)
  13. Yu.N. Gnedin “Investigating supermassive black holes: a new method based on the polarimetric observations of active galactic nuclei56 709–714 (2013)
    01.10.Fv, 04.70.−s, 97.60.Lf, 98.62.Js (all)
  14. V.S. Beskin, Ya.N. Istomin, A.A. Philippov “Radio pulsars: the search for truth56 164–179 (2013)
    52.35.−g, 95.30.Gv, 97.60.Gb (all)
  15. A.G. Doroshkevich, V.N. Lukash, E.V. Mikheeva “A solution to the problems of cusps and rotation curves in dark matter halos in the cosmological standard model55 3–17 (2012)
    95.35.+d, 98.62.Gq, 98.62.Js (all)
  16. Astrophysics and astronomy (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 26 January 2011)54 1061–1084 (2011)
    01.10.Fv, 04.20.−q, 11.27.+d, 89.60.Gg, 96.30.Cw, 96.30.Ys, 97.60.Jd, 97.60.Lf, 97.80.−d, 97.82.−j, 98.62.Sb, 98.80.Es (all)
  17. O.S. Sazhina, M.V. Sazhin et alSearch for cosmic strings using optical and radio astronomy methods54 1072–1077 (2011)
    11.27.+d, 98.62.Sb, 98.80.Es (all)
  18. V.S. Beskin “Magnetohydrodynamic models of astrophysical jets53 1199–1233 (2010)
    95.30.Qd, 97.60.Gb, 97.60.Lf, 98.62.Nx (all)
  19. A.Yu. Potekhin “The physics of neutron stars53 1235–1256 (2010)
    26.60.−c, 97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd (all)
  20. D.P. Skulachev “Cosmic microwave background anisotropy data correlation in WMAP and Relikt-1 experiments53 373–376 (2010)
    95.55.−n, 95.75.−z, 98.80.Es (all)
  21. N.S. Kardashev “Radioastron: a radio telescope many times the size of Earth. Research program52 1127–1137 (2009)
    01.30.Bb, 95.55.Jz, 95.85.Bh, 95.85.Fm, 97.60.Gb (all)
  22. V.P. Lukin “Adaptive optical imaging in the atmosphere49 971–977 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 42.68.Wt, 95.55.Cs, 95.75.Qr (all)
  23. G.S. Bisnovatyi-Kogan “Binary and recycled pulsars: 30 years after observational discovery49 53–67 (2006)
    04.30.Db, 04.80.Cc, 97.60.Gb, 97.80.−d (all)
  24. V.P. Lukin “Atmospheric adaptive optics46 860–867 (2003)
    42.68.Bz, 42.79.−e, 95.55.Cs (all)
  25. I.D. Novikov “’Big Bang’ echo (cosmic microwave background observations)44 817–818 (2001)
    95.85.Bh, 98.80.Cq, 98.80.Es (all)
  26. I.D. Novikov, I.D. Karachentsev et alScientific session of the Division of General Physics and Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences (28 February, 2001)44 817–818 (2001)
    01.10.Fv, 95.85.Bh, 98.80.Cq, 98.80.Es, 95.35.+d, 98.65.−r, 04.70.-S, 97.80.Jp, 98.35.Jk, 47.37.+q, 97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd (all)
  27. D.G. Yakovlev “Superfluidity in neutron stars44 823–826 (2001)
    47.37.+q, 97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd (all)
  28. I.D. Novikov, V.P. Frolov “Black holes in the Universe44 291–305 (2001)
    04.70.−s, 04.80.Nn, 97.60.Lf, 98.62.Js (all)
  29. V.S. Beskin “Radio pulsars42 1071 (1999)
    04.40.Dg, 95.30.−k, 97.60.Gb, 98.70.Dk (all)
  30. D.A. Kirzhnits, S.N. Yudin “Paradoxes of superfluid rotation38 1283–1288 (1995)
    47.37.Tq, 97.60.Gb
  31. Yu.N. Eroshenko “Physics news on the Internet (based on electronic preprints)38 1167–1167 (1995)
    71.27.Ta, 95.30.Sf
  32. D.A. Kirzhnits “Pulsars and rotation of a superfluid liquid38 791–792 (1995)
    01.10.Fv, 97.60.Gb, 67.90.+z (all)
  33. C.M. Will “The binary pulsar, gravitational waves, and the Nobel prize37 697–703 (1994)
    97.60.Gb, 04.30.−w, 01.65.g (all)
  34. T.V. Shabanova “Discovery of a planetary system around PSR 0329+5437 618–621 (1994)
    97.82.+k, 97.60.Gb
  35. D.A. Varshalovich, S.A. Levshakov, A.Yu. Potekhin “Check of the constancy of the fundamental constants over cosmological time36 (7) 642–644 (1993)
    01.10.Fv, 06.20.Jr, 98.80.−k, 98.54.Aj, 98.62.Py (all)
  36. V.S. Beskin, V.I. Par’ev “Axially symmetric steady-state flows in the vicinity of a Kerr black hole and the nature of the activity of galactic nuclei36 (6) 529–539 (1993)
    98.62.Js, 95.30.Qd, 96.60.Vg, 98.54.Cm, 98.54.Aj (all)
  37. D.M. Sedrakyan, K.M. Shakhabasyan “Superfluidity and the magnetic field of pulsars34 (7) 555–571 (1991)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 26.60.+c, 97.10.Ld, 97.10.Cv (all)
  38. V.I. Dokuchaev “Birth and life of massive black holes34 (6) 447–470 (1991)
    98.62.Js, 98.54.Cm, 98.54.Aj, 97.80.−d, 97.10.Bt, 97.10.Cv (all)
  39. A.D. Sakharov “Violation of CP in variance, C asymmetry, and baryon asymmetry of the universe34 (5) 392–393 (1991)
    98.80.Cq, 98.80.Es, 11.30.Er, 14.65.−q, 95.30.Cq (all)
  40. A.D. Sakharov “Spectral density of eigenvalues of the wave equation and vacuum polarization34 (5) 395–400 (1991)
    04.20.Fy, 04.50.+h, 98.80.Es (all)
  41. A.D. Sakharov “Baryon asymmetry of the universe34 (5) 417–421 (1991)
    11.30.Er, 98.80.Cq, 12.10.Dm, 98.80.Es (all)
  42. M.I. Zel’nikov “Gravitational lenses34 (2) 211–211 (1991)
    95.30.Sf, 98.54.Aj, 98.65.−r, 95.35.+d (all)
  43. V.G. Ryasnyĭ “Supernova shells33 (5) 393–395 (1990)
    97.60.Bw, 96.10.+i, 97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 96.60.qe (all)
  44. Ya.A. Smorodinskii “The early universe32 943–943 (1989)
    01.30.Vv, 98.80.Es, 98.80.Cq, 95.35.+d (all)
  45. V.L. Dadykin, G.T. Zatsepin, O.G. Ryazhskaya “Events detected by underground detectors on February 23, 198732 459–468 (1989)
    97.10.Bt, 95.30.Sf, 97.60.Bw, 14.60.Lm, 29.40.Mc (all)
  46. A.N. Aliev, D.V. Gal’tsov “’Magnetized’ black holes32 75–92 (1989)
    97.60.Lf, 98.54.Aj, 95.30.Sf, 97.10.Ld, 04.70.Dy (all)
  47. L.P. Grishchuk “Gravitational-wave astronomy31 940–954 (1988)
    04.30.Db, 97.60.Gb, 97.80.Gm, 97.30.Qt, 98.80.Es, 04.60.−m (all)
  48. A.D. Kuz’min “The pulsar time scale31 881–882 (1988)
    97.60.Gb, 04.30.−w (all)
  49. G.S. Bisnovatyi-Kogan “Gravitational collapse, neutrino radiation, and supernova light curves31 776–777 (1988)
    97.60.Bw, 95.30.Sf, 95.55.Qf, 95.75.De, 97.20.Rp, 97.10.Gz (all)
  50. A.A. Logunov, Yu.M. Loskutov, M.A. Mestvirishvili “The relativistic theory of gravitation and its consequences31 581–596 (1988)
    04.20.Cv, 95.30.Sf, 98.80.−k (all)
  51. V.N. Mel’nikov, V.N. Rudenko “International School on Gravitation and Cosmology: Course 10 ’Gravitational Measurements, Fundamental Metrology, and Fundamental Constants’’31 675–677 (1988)
    06.20.Jr, 04.80.−y, 95.30.Sf, 98.80.−k (all)
  52. E.A. Mamidzhanyan, S.I. Nikol’skii “Possibility of experimental ultrahigh-energy gamma-ray astronomy30 542–543 (1987)
    98.70.Rz, 98.70.Sa, 97.60.Gb, 98.54.Aj, 98.58.Mj, (all)
  53. V.K. Abalakin, G.I. Eroshkin et alCurrent aspects of the problem of fundamental astronomical constants30 341–343 (1987)
    95.30.Sf, 95.10.Km (all)
  54. N.S. Kardashev, V.N. Lukash, I.D. Novikov “Observational cosmology and cosmological models30 82–82 (1987)
    98.80.Es, 98.80.Cq, 98.65.Dx (all)
  55. V.S. Beskin, A.V. Gurevich, Ya.N. Istomin “Physics of pulsar magnetospheres29 946–970 (1986)
    97.60.Gb, 97.10.Ex, 97.10.Ld, 95.30.Qd, 98.70.Dk (all)
  56. I.G. Dymnikova “Motion of particles and photons in the gravitational field of a rotating body (In memory of Vladimir Afanas’evich Ruban)29 215–237 (1986)
    04.70.−s, 97.60.Lf, 95.30.Sf, 98.62.Sb (all)
  57. G.T. Zatsepin, O.G. Ryazhskaya “Program for the search for star collapse in the Galaxy28 726–728 (1985)
    97.10.Bt, 95.30.Sf, 13.15.+g, 97.10.Cv, 98.35.Ac (all)
  58. V.S. Berezinskii “High energy neutrino astrophysics28 728–730 (1985), 97.60.Gb, 13.75.Cs, 97.60.Bw, 97.10.Cv, 97.20.Li (all)
  59. B.V. Vainer, Yu.A. Shchekinov “The origin of deuterium28 414–431 (1985)
    98.80.Es, 98.80.Ft, 98.80.Bp, 98.80.Cq, 97.10.Cv (all)
  60. B.M. Vladimirskii, A.M. Gal’per et alCygnus X-3: a powerful galactic source of hard radiation28 153–169 (1985)
    98.70.Dk, 98.70.Qy, 98.70.Rz, 97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 97.60.Lf (all)
  61. 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)
  62. A.G. Morozov, M.V. Nezlin et alLaboratory simulation of the generation of the spiral structure of galaxies (theory and experiment)28 101–104 (1985)
    98.62.Hr, 98.35.Hj, 97.21.+a, 95.30.Sf (all)
  63. I.D. Novikov “Electrodynamics of black holes and its astrophysical applications27 644–645 (1984)
    97.60.Lf, 98.62.Js, 98.54.Aj, 97.10.Kc, 97.80.−d (all)
  64. G.S. Egorov, N.S. Stepanov “Simulation of a gravitational lens in a lecture demonstration25 705–707 (1982)
    01.50.My, 95.30.Sf, 98.70.−f (all)
  65. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “Vacuum theory: a possible solution to the singularity problem of cosmology24 216–230 (1981)
    95.30.Sf, 98.80.Bp (all)
  66. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “Gravitation, charges, cosmology, and coherence20 945–955 (1977)
    98.80.Dr, 97.60.Lf, 95.30.Cq, 95.30.Sf (all)
  67. V.S. Strel’nitskii “Cosmic masers17 507–527 (1975)
    98.70.Vc, 98.58.Hf, 98.58.Mj, 98.54.Aj, 97.60.Gb, 97.10.Bt (all)
  68. I.Yu. Kobzarev “Henri Poincaré’s St. Louis lecture, and theoretical physics on the eve of the theory of relativity17 584–592 (1975)
    01.10.Fv, 01.65.+g, 04.20.Cv, 95.30.Sf, 95.10.Ce, 12.20.−m (all)
  69. V.S. Troitskii, L.N. Bondar’, A.M. Starodubtsev “The Search for Sporadic Radio Emission from Space17 607–609 (1975)
    01.10.Fv, 98.70.Rz, 98.70.Vc, 97.10.Ri, 98.62.Js (all)
  70. Yu.N. Efremov, S.B. Novikov, P.V. Shcheglov “Prospects for development of ground-based optical astronomy18 151–160 (1975)
    98.80.Es, 98.54.Aj, 97.60.Gb, 95.30.Sf, 98.62.Js, 95.55.Cs (all)
  71. M.A. Markov “The future of physics (future generations of particle accelerators)16 913–925 (1974)
    29.17.+w, 98.54.Aj, 97.60.Jd, 97.60.Lf, 41.75.Fr (all)
  72. M.A. Markov “Global properties of matter in collapsed state (’black holes’)16 587–599 (1974)
    04.70.−s, 97.60.Lf, 95.30.Sf, 14.60.Lm, 13.40.Em (all)
  73. D.I. Blokhintsev “Geometry and physics of the microcosmos16 485–493 (1974)
    04.62.+v, 11.10.Lm, 03.30.+p, 95.30.Sf, 02.40.Ky (all)
  74. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “Neutron Stars and ’Black Holes’16 559–561 (1974)
    97.60.Jd, 97.60.Lf, 97.10.Kc, 97.10.Cv, 97.80.Jp, 97.60.Gb (all)
  75. Symposium on the Philosophical Problems of Astronomy in the USSR Academy of Sciences16 579–580 (1974)
    01.10.Fv, 98.80.Bp, 97.10.Cv, 95.30.Sf, 98.62.Js (all)
  76. A.M. Gal’per, V.G. Kirillov-Ugryumov, B.I. Luchkov “Observational gamma astronomy17 186–198 (1974)
    98.70.Rz, 98.70.Sa, 98.80.Es, 97.60.Gb (all)
  77. V.N. Sazonov “Circular polarization of radiation from cosmic objects15 822–830 (1973)
    98.54.Aj, 96.30.Kf, 97.20.Rp, 98.70.Dk, 98.70.Sa (all)
  78. V.S. Troitskii “Radioastronomical Observations with the Aid of Interferometers with Independent Reception (with Ultralong Base Lines) in the USSR16 286–287 (1973)
    98.70.Dk, 95.55.Br, 98.54.Aj, 95.75.Mn (all)
  79. Yu.P. Shitov “Pulsar Observations at the Radioastronomical Station of the USSR Academy of Sciences Physics Institute16 288–289 (1973)
    97.60.Gb, 97.10.Ri, 95.55.Jz, 97.10.Sj, 97.10.Ex (all)
  80. V.V. Zheleznyakov “On the Origin of Pulsar Radiation16 289–290 (1973)
    97.60.Gb, 97.10.Cv, 97.10.Ex, 97.10.Ri (all)
  81. P.V. Shcheglov “Astroclimatic Conditions in Central Asia and Kazakhstan14 792–794 (1972)
    97.30.Qt, 97.60.Bw, 95.75.De, 97.10.Ri, 98.80.Es, 97.10.Cv (all)
  82. M.S. Longair, R.A. Sunyaev “The universal electromagnetic background radiation14 569–599 (1972)
    98.70.Vc, 98.54.Aj, 95.85.−e, 98.70.Lt, 98.35.Jk (all)
  83. D.A. Kirzhnits “Extremal states of matter (ultrahigh pressures and temperatures)14 512–523 (1972)
    21.65.+f, 21.30.−x, 97.20.Rp, 26.60.+c, 97.60.Gb (all)
  84. B.M. Bolotovskii, V.L. Ginzburg “The Vavilov-Cerenkov Effect and the Doppler Effect in the Motion of Sources with Superluminal Velocity in Vacuum15 184–192 (1972)
    97.60.Gb, 97.10.Ri, 41.60.Bq (all)
  85. V.A. Belinskii, E.M. Lifshitz, I.M. Khalatnikov “Oscillatory approach to the singular point in relativistic cosmology13 745–765 (1971)
    98.80.Jk, 04.20.Jb, 95.30.Sf (all)
  86. Ya.M. Kramarovskii, V.P. Chechev “Does the charge of the electron vary with the age of the universe?13 628–631 (1971)
    98.80.Es, 98.80.Jk, 98.80.Bp, 95.30.Sf, 98.80.Cq (all)
  87. V.L. Ginzburg “PULSARS (Theoretical Concepts)14 83–103 (1971)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 97.10.Ld, 97.10.Ri (all)
  88. S.B. Pikel’ner “Magnetic Hydrodynamics of Solar Formations14 228–229 (1971)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 97.20.Rp, 98.35.Ac (all)
  89. V.L. Ginzburg “Pulsars — Present State of the Problem14 229–230 (1971)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 97.10.Ri (all)
  90. Ya.G. Dorfman “New Results from the Study of Plato’s Physics14 230–231 (1971)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd (all)
  91. V.L. Ginzburg “What problems of physics and astrophysics are of special importance and interest at present?14 21–39 (1971)
    74.72.−h, 71.35.−y, 04.30.−w, 98.80.Jk, 95.30.Sf, 97.60.Jd (all)
  92. A.E. Salomonovich “Extra-atmospheric submillimeter astronomy12 731–742 (1970)
    98.38.Bn, 98.62.Ra, 98.54.Aj, 96.60.Ub, 95.85.Fm, 98.54.Ep (all)
  93. V.L. Ginzburg “Pulsars (General Review)12 800–804 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Bw (all)
  94. N.M. Shakhovskoi, Yu.S. Efimov, V.I. Pronik “Polarization of the Crab Nebula Pulsar in the Optical Band12 804–805 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 98.38.Mz, 95.55.Qf (all)
  95. V.I. Pronik, I.I. Pronik, K.K. Chuvaev “Distribution of the Energy in the Spectrum of the P Pulsar of the Crab Nebula12 805–805 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 98.38.Mz, 98.38.Jw (all)
  96. Yu.I. Alekseev, V.V. Vitkevich, Yu.P. Shitov “Fine Structure of the Pulses of the Pulsar CP0808 and Variation of the Periods of the Second Class12 805–806 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 98.70.Dk (all)
  97. Yu.I. Alekseev, V.V. Vitkevich et alThe New Pulsar PP094312 806–806 (1970)
  98. V.V. Vitkevich, N.A. Lotova et alPulsar Flicker Due to the Inhomogeneities of the Interstellar Plasma12 806–806 (1970)
    98.38.Kx, 98.58.Kh, 97.60.Gb (all)
  99. A.A. Stepanyan, B.M. Vladimirskii et alPossible Existence of a Flux of 1013·eV γ Quanta from the Pulsar CP113312 806–806 (1970)
    95.45.+i, 97.60.Gb (all)
  100. L.M. Erukhimov “Oscillations of Pulsar Radio Emission12 806–807 (1970)
    98.70.Dk, 97.60.Gb (all)
  101. V.V. Zheleznyakov “Mechanisms of Pulsar Radiation12 807–808 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 41.60.Ap (all)
  102. N.S. Kardashev “Possibility of Observing Extragalactic Pulsars12 808–808 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Bw, 98.70.Dk, 98.54.Gr, 98.54.Aj (all)
  103. V.I. Slysh “Scattering of Pulsar X-rays in the Interstellar Medium12 808–808 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 96.50.Dj, 98.38.Mz (all)
  104. I.S. Shklovskii “Concerning Pulsars12 808–809 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd (all)
  105. V.V. Vitkevich, Yu.P. Shitov, I.F. Malov “Concerning the Model of a Pulsar as a Rotating and Pulsating Neutron Star12 809–810 (1970)
    97.60.Gb, 97.60.Jd, 97.10.Sj, 97.10.Kc (all)
  106. M.S. Longair “The counts of radio sources12 673–683 (1970)
    98.70.Dk, 98.54.Aj (all)
  107. V.L. Ginzburg, V.V. Zheleznyakov, V.V. Zaitsev “Coherent radio-emission mechanisms and magnetic pulsar models12 378–398 (1969)
    97.60.Gb, 97.10.Sj, 97.20.Rp, 97.60.Jd (all)
  108. S.A. Kaplan, V.N. Tsytovich “Plasma radiation mechanisms in astrophysics12 42–63 (1969)
    96.50.Tf, 98.54.Aj, 96.60.P− (all)
  109. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “The cosmological constant and the theory of elementary particles11 381–393 (1968)
    98.80.Es, 98.80.Cq, 95.30.Cq, 98.54.Aj (all)
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    98.70.Dk, 98.70.Sa, 98.70.Vc, 97.60.Gb (all)
  111. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “The "hot" model of the Universe9 602–617 (1967)
    98.80.Cq, 95.30.Qd, 98.80.Es, 98.62.Ra (all)
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    04.80.Nn, 95.55.Ym, 95.30.Sf, 97.80.−d (all)
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    97.10.Kc, 97.10.Cv, 97.10.Gz, 97.60.Jd, 95.30.Qd, 98.54.Aj (all)
  114. Ya.B. Zel’dovich, I.D. Novikov “Relativistic astrophysics. I7 763–788 (1965)
    95.30.Tg, 97.10.Nf, 97.60.Jd, 97.10.Cv, 95.30.Sf (all)
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    04.20.−q, 95.30.Sf (all)
  116. Ya.B. Zel’dovich “The theory of the expanding Universe as originated by A. A. Fridman6 475–494 (1964)
    95.30.Cq, 95.30.Sf, 98.62.Py (all)
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