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Moscow, Russia

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Barmin I.V.,Center for Operation of Space Ground Based Infrastructure | Savinykh V.P.,Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography | Tsvetkov V.Y.,Tsiolkovskii Russian Academy of Cosmonautics
Solar System Research | Year: 2014

A method and an algorithm for determining the coordinates of points on the planetary surface are described. The coordinates are determined using photographs. To solve the problem, the spacecraft coordinates need to be determined at five trajectory points. The spacecraft trajectory is considered to be a plane. The method is applicable for determining the coordinates of points on the Earth’s surface and on the surface of other planets. © 2014, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.


Barmin I.V.,Center for Operation of Space Ground Based Infrastructure | Kulagin V.P.,National Research University Higher School of Economics | Savinykh V.P.,Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography | Tsvetkov V.Y.,Tsiolkovskii Russian Academy of Cosmonautics
Solar System Research | Year: 2014

Near-Earth space is analyzed as a specific object for global monitoring. The structure and specific features of near-Earth space are considered. It is shown that this zone includes almost all the terrestrial fields and the regions where space is actively explored by man. © 2014, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.


Gotyur I.A.,Mozhaiskii Military Space Academy | Kuleshov Y.V.,Mozhaiskii Military Space Academy | Makov A.B.,Mozhaiskii Military Space Academy | Suvorov S.S.,Mozhaiskii Military Space Academy | And 2 more authors.
Russian Meteorology and Hydrology | Year: 2014

A complex system of the operational acquisition, processing, and presentation of meteorological data is developed according to the requirements to cosmodrome weather support. The proposed system allows for the high efficiency of space rocket launches by making prompt decisions based on the information provided by the weather support system. © 2014 Allerton Press, Inc.


Barmin I.V.,Center for Operation of Space Ground Based Infrastructure | Dunham D.W.,Johns Hopkins University | Kulagin V.P.,National Research University Higher School of Economics | Savinykh V.P.,Moscow State University | Tsvetkov V.Y.,Moscow State University
Solar System Research | Year: 2014

The formation of space debris as an accumulation of small heavenly bodies in near-Earth space is considered. How debris can arise in near-Earth space is described. The accumulation of debris is shown to have a ring structure. The formation and spatial distribution of debris are statistically analyzed. A hypothesis for the formation of debris rings in near-Earth space is proposed. © 2014, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.


Baskakova S.S.,RAS Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography | Kovalyov S.I.,RAS Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography | Kramarenko V.A.,RAS Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography | Zadorozhnaya L.A.,RAS Shubnikov Institute of Crystallography | And 7 more authors.
Crystallography Reports | Year: 2015

A space experiment on the crystallization of lisozyme and glucose isomerase proteins in UK-1 and UK-2 crystallizers on the scientific equipment BELKA on the Bion-M no. 1 spacecraft was performed in April–May 2013. A ground-based experiment was carried out simultaneously at the Institute of Crystallography of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IC RAS). Transparent crystals were obtained in both cases. The lisozyme crystals grown in microgravity are larger than their terrestrial analogs. An optical study of glucose isomerase crystals grown in space has shown that the coalescence of equally oriented crystallites leads to the formation of quasi-single-crystal blocks. An X-ray diffraction experiment on lisozyme crystals has revealed the resolutions for crystals obtained under terrestrial conditions and in space to be 1.74 and 1.58 Å, respectively. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.


Shirshov N.V.,Center for Operation of Space Ground Based Infrastructure | Vil'fand R.M.,Russian Hydrometeorological Research Center | Vasil'ev P.P.,Russian Hydrometeorological Research Center | Vasil'eva E.L.,Russian Hydrometeorological Research Center
Russian Meteorology and Hydrology | Year: 2014

The statistical model of the forecast (complex postprocessing) of surface air temperature with the lead time up to eight days is constructed using the results of the integration of hydrodynamic atmospheric models. The model is adapted to the area of the "Baikonur" using the method of central typing that allows increasing the accuracy of operational forecasts. The analysis of climate characteristics needed for constructing the proper statistical model for this area is given using both observational data for recent 25 years and the data of WMO (from the All-Russian Research Institute of Hydro-meteorological Information-World Data Center). Computed are the estimates of the accuracy of operational forecasts. © 2014 Allerton Press, Inc.


Koroleva T.V.,Moscow State University | Krechetov P.P.,Moscow State University | Semenkov I.N.,Moscow State University | Sharapova A.V.,Moscow State University | Kondrat'ev A.D.,Center for Operation of Space Ground Based Infrastructure
Russian Meteorology and Hydrology | Year: 2016

Snow cover contamination is assessed in the impact areas of the first stage of the expandable launch system Proton in Central Kazakhstan. It was revealed that the chemical effect ofpropellants on the snow cover is local. The increase in the content of the following high-toxic substances in the snow was registered: unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine, nitrosodimethylamine, and nitrate and nitrite ions. The most part of the pollutants is localized in the upper 5-cm snow layer. Nitrogen tetroxide decreases the value of pH, and unsymmetrical dimethylhydrazine increases it. The inflow of calcareous soil particles to the atmosphere and their subsequent fallout result in the alkalization of snow and in the neutralization of acidification by nitrogen tetroxide accompanied by the formation ofthe salts of nitric acid and nitrous acid. © 2016, Allerton Press, Inc.

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