PACS numbers

95.85.Pw γ-ray 95.85.Ry Neutrino, muon, pion, and other elementary particles; cosmic rays 98.70.Dk Radio sources
  1. A.S. Lidvansky “G.T. Zatsepin and birth of gamma-ray astronomy61 921–925 (2018)
    07.85.−m, 29.40Ka, 95.55.Ka, 95.85.Pw (all)
  2. S.V. Troitsky “Cosmic particles with energies above 1019 eV: a brief summary of results56 304–310 (2013)
    95.55.Vj, 95.85.Ry, 98.70.Sa (all)
  3. G.A. Gusev, B.N. Lomonosov et alIce satellites of planets of the Solar System and the on-orbit radio detection of ultrahigh-energy particles53 915–921 (2010)
    95.55.Vj, 95.85.Ry, 96.50.S− (all)
  4. L.I. Dorman “Cosmic ray variations and space weather53 496–503 (2010)
    94.30.−d, 95.85.Ry, 96.50.S− (all)
  5. R.L. Aptekar, S.V. Golenetskii et alCosmic gamma-ray bursts and gamma repeaters studies with Ioffe Institute Konus experiments53 401–406 (2010)
    95.55.Ka, 95.85.Pw, 98.70.Rz (all)
  6. G.M. Beskin, S.V. Karpov et alDiscovery of the fast optical variability of GRB 080319B and the prospects for wide-field optical monitoring with high time resolution53 406–414 (2010)
    95.55.Ka, 95.85.Pw, 98.70.Rz (all)
  7. O.G. Ryazhskaya “Neutrinos from stellar core collapses: present status of experiments49 1017–1027 (2006)
    95.55.Vj, 95.85.Ry, 97.60.−s (all)
  8. V.A. Ryabov “Ultrahigh-energy neutrinos from astrophysical sources and superheavy particle decays49 905–936 (2006)
    12.60.−i, 13.15.+g, 95.55.Vj, 95.85.Ry, 96.50.S− (all)
  9. V.S. Beskin “Radio pulsars42 1071 (1999)
    04.40.Dg, 95.30.−k, 97.60.Gb, 98.70.Dk (all)
  10. K.A. Postnov “Cosmic gamma-ray bursts42 469–480 (1999)
    95.85.Pw, 98.70.Rz (all)
  11. D. Fargion, A. Salis “Inverse Compton scattering off black body radiation in high energy physics and gamma (MeV-TeV) astrophysics41 823–829 (1998)
    13.60.Fz, 95.30.−k, 95.85.Pw, 98.70.Rz (all)
  12. B.A. Trubnikov “Cosmic rays and gamma-ray bursts40 325–331 (1997)
    95.85.Pw, 98.70.Rz (all)
  13. B.I. Luchkov, I.G. Mitrofanov, I.L. Rozental’ “On the nature of cosmic gamma-ray bursts39 695–711 (1996)
    95.85.Pw, 98.70.Rz (all)
  14. V.L. Ginzburg “The origin of cosmic rays (Forty years later)36 (7) 587–591 (1993)
    98.70.Sa, 96.50.sb, 96.50.sd, 98.70.Dk (all)
  15. G.B. Khristiansen “Apparatus for studying extremely high energy cosmic rays30 539–541 (1987)
    98.70.Sa, 95.85.Ry (all)
  16. 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)
  17. V.A. Tsarev “Geophysical applications of neutrino beams28 940–940 (1985)
    95.85.Ry, 91.35.Lj, 91.30.Px (all)
  18. 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)
  19. V.A. Brumberg, G.A. Krasinskii “Present State of the Problem of the Motion of the Major Planets18 804–805 (1975)
    96.12.De, 96.15.De, 96.12.Fe, 96.15.Ef, 98.70.Dk (all)
  20. 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)
  21. S.Ya. Braude, A.V. Men’ “The UTR-2 Decameter Wave-Band Radiotelescope and the Problems of Decameter Radioastronomy16 284–286 (1973)
    95.55.Jz, 95.85.Bh, 98.70.Dk (all)
  22. 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)
  23. M.A. Gintzburg “Visual observation of cosmic rays16 163–164 (1973)
    96.50.sf, 95.85.Ry, 96.50.Vg, 96.60.Vg (all)
  24. A.M. Gal’per, V.G. Kirillov-Ugryumov et alThe study of cosmic γ rays14 630–654 (1972)
    98.70.Rz, 96.50.Xy, 96.60.Ub, 98.54.Gr, 98.70.Dk, 98.38.Mz (all)
  25. N.S. Kardashev, Yu.N. Pariiskii, A.G. Sokolov “Cosmic Radioastronomy14 366–368 (1971)
    95.55.Jz, 95.75.−z, 98.70.Dk (all)
  26. 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)
  27. L.M. Erukhimov “Oscillations of Pulsar Radio Emission12 806–807 (1970)
    98.70.Dk, 97.60.Gb (all)
  28. 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)
  29. M.S. Longair “The counts of radio sources12 673–683 (1970)
    98.70.Dk, 98.54.Aj (all)
  30. 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)
  31. I.S. Shklovskii “Discovery of pulsed sources of cosmic radio emission with strictly periodic variation of the flux11 435–436 (1968)
    98.70.Dk, 98.70.Sa, 98.70.Vc, 97.60.Gb (all)
  32. 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)
  33. D.V. Skobel’tsyn “The outstanding russian physicist S. I. Vavilov4 737–739 (1962)
    98.70.Dk, 95.85.Ry, 95.85.Pw (all)
  34. I.S. Shklovskii “RADIO GALAXIES5 365–400 (1962)
    98.70.Dk, 95.55.Br, 98.54.Gr, 97.60.Bw (all)
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