PACS numbers

95.75.−z Observation and data reduction techniques; computer modeling and simulation 96.50.−e Interplanetary physics 96.60.−j Solar physics
  1. S.A. Bogachev, A.S. Ulyanov et alMicroflares and nanoflares in the solar coron63 783–800 (2020)
    95.55.Ka, 96.60.−j, 96.60.Q−, 96.60.qe (all)
  2. A.A. Petrukovich, H.V. Malova et alModern view of the solar wind from micro to macro scales63 801–811 (2020)
    96.50.Ci, 96.60.−j (all)
  3. A.L. Lysenko, D.D. Frederiks et alX-ray and gamma-ray emission from solar flares63 818–832 (2020)
    95.55.Ka, 96.60.−j, 96.60.qe (all)
  4. B.P. Filippov “Mass ejections from the solar atmosphere62 847–864 (2019)
    52.30.−q, 96.60.−j, 96.60.Hv, 96.60.P−, 96.60.Q− (all)
  5. O.V. Verkhodanov “Cosmological results from the Planck space mission and their comparison with data from the WMAP and BICEP2 experiments59 3–41 (2016)
    95.75.−z, 98.70.Vc, 98.80.−k (all)
  6. V.D. Kuznetsov “Space solar research: achievements and prospects58 621–629 (2015)
    07.87.+v, 96.60.−j (all)
  7. 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)
  8. O.V. Verkhodanov “Searching for non-Gaussianity in the observational cosmic microwave background data55 1098–1114 (2012)
    95.75.−z, 98.70.Vc, 98.80.−k (all)
  9. Challenges in astrophysics (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 25 January 2012)55 929–941 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 26.60.−c, 52.35.−g, 67.10.−j, 96.60.−j, 97.10.Sj, 97.60.Jd (all)
  10. A.V. Stepanov, V.V. Zaitsev, V.M. Nakariakov “Coronal seismology55 929–935 (2012)
    52.35.−g, 96.60.−j, 97.10.Sj (all)
  11. Modern problems in the physical sciences (Scientific session of the Physical Sciences Division of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 30 November 2011)55 808–837 (2012)
    01.10.Fv, 04.20.−q, 04.70.−s, 47.27.Gs, 47.35.Pq, 68.03.Kn, 72.25.Hg, 72.25.Pn, 72.25.Rb, 71.35.−y, 73.63.Hs, 78.47.−p, 78.67.−n, 96.50.−e, 96.60.−j, 95.75.−z, 98.80.−k (all)
  12. V.G. Kurt, E.N. Mironova “Motion of the Sun through the interstellar medium55 825–831 (2012)
    95.75.−z, 96.50.−e, 96.60.−j (all)
  13. V.D. Kuznetsov “Solar-terrestrial physics and its applications55 305–314 (2012)
    91.25.Mf, 94.30.−d, 96.60.−j (all)
  14. V.D. Kuznetsov “Space research of the Sun53 947–954 (2010)
    07.87.+v, 52.35.Vd, 96.60.−j (all)
  15. Yu.D. Kotov “High-energy solar flare processes and their investigation onboard Russian satellite missions CORONAS53 619–631 (2010)
    07.87.+v, 95.55.Ev, 96.60.−j (all)
  16. 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)
  17. A.V. Masalov “Spectroscopy: from atoms to cosmic objects52 1147–1152 (2009)
    01.30.Bb, 42.62.Eh, 95.55.−n, 96.60.−j (all)
  18. V.S. Beskin “School of Modern Astrophysics — 200952 1185–1187 (2009)
    01.10.Fv, 96.30.−t, 96.60.−j (all)
  19. V.V. Zaitsev, A.V. Stepanov “Coronal magnetic loops51 1123–1160 (2008)
    52.35.−g, 96.60.−j, 97.10.Sj (all)
  20. A.M. Fridman “Prediction and discovery of new structures in spiral galaxies50 115–139 (2007)
    95.75.−z, 98.52.Nr, 98.62.Hr (all)
  21. V.D. Kuznetsov “Heliophysics: from observations to models49 305–311 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 95.55.Ev, 95.75.−z, 96.60.−j (all)
  22. V.V. Zaitsev, A.V. Stepanov “Problems of solar activity physics49 311–319 (2006)
    01.10.Fv, 96.60.−j, 96.60.Pb, 97.10.Jb (all)
  23. V.N. Oraevskii, I.I. Sobel’man et alComprehensive solar studies by CORONAS-F satellite: new results45 886–896 (2002)
  24. G.D. Fleishman, V.F. Mel’nikov “Millisecond solar radio spikes41 1157–1189 (1998)
  25. V.Yu. Terebizh “Image restoration with minimum a priori information38 137–167 (1995)
    95.75.−z, 95.75.Pq (all)
  26. S.A. Kazantsev “Astrophysical and laboratory applications of self-alignment26 328–351 (1983)
    31.50.+w, 95.30.Es, 96.60.−j, 52.20.Hv (all)
  27. V.A. Krat “Prospects for Development of Solar Physics at the Main Astronomical Observatory of the USSR Academy of Sciences18 799–799 (1975)
    95.55.Ev, 95.75.−z, 96.60.Q− (all)
  28. N.S. Kardashev, Yu.N. Pariiskii, A.G. Sokolov “Cosmic Radioastronomy14 366–368 (1971)
    95.55.Jz, 95.75.−z, 98.70.Dk (all)
  29. V.V. Bezrukikh, T.K. Breus et alConcerning the outer ionosphere and its transition into the interplanetary medium10 602–605 (1968)
    94.20.D−, 96.50.−e (all)
  30. Ya.L. Al’pert “The outer ionosphere and its transition to the interplanetary medium9 787–804 (1967)
    94.20.dv,, 96.50.−e (all)
  31. V.G. Kurt “Neutral hydrogen near the Earth and in interplanetary space6 701–714 (1964)
    92.60.hf, 92.60.Jq, 92.60.hv, 94.05.Dd, 96.50.−e (all)
  32. P.G. Frick, D.D. Sokoloff, R.A. Stepanov “Wavelets for the space-time structure analysis of physical fields”, accepted, 95.75.−z (all)
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