Том 10 (1997)

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V.P.Tsessevich - a way in science PDF
V. G. Karetnikov 7-9
Negative superhumps and red noise in the cataclysmic binary TT Arietis: the international campaign "TT Ari-94" PDF
I. L Andronov, K. Arai, L. L. Chinarova, N. I. Dorokhov, T. N. Dorokhova, A. Dumitrescu, D. Nogami, S. V. Kolesnikov, A. Lepardo, P. A. Mason, K. Matsumoto, G. Oprescu, G. Pajdosz, R. Passuelo, L. Patkos, D. S. Senio, G. Sostero, V. F. Suleimanov, J. Tremko, G. V. Zhukov, S. Zola 10-14
Scalegram Analysis of the Variability of the Polar AM Her PDF
I. L Andronov, S. V. Kolesnikov, N. M. Shakhovskoy 15-17
Photographic study of eclipsing binaries IY Aur, RX Ari, DG Per, ZZ Cnc PDF
K. A. Antonyuk 18-19
The evolutionary connection among classes of close binaries PDF
I. I. Bondarenko, E. L. Perevozkina 20-22
The period changes and evolution of contact binary stars of the early spectral type PDF
I. I. Bondarenko, E. L. Perevozkina 23-24
EVOLUTION OF THE PHOTOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE MAGNETIC CATACLYSMIC BINARY QQ VUL IN 1986-88 PDF
A. V. Halevin, I. L. Andronov, S. V. Kolesnikov, G. N. Kirneridze 25-27
ANGULAR MOMENTUM CHANGES IN ECLIPSING BINARY STARS OF DIFFERENT TYPES PDF
V. G. Karetnikov 28-31
LONG-TERM ACTIVITY CHANGES OF UV PISOIUM PDF
V. Keskin, Z. Tunca, C. Ibanoglu, Z. Aslan, S. O. Selam, Z. Muyesseroglu 32-35
Photographic observations of eclipsing binary AL Oph PDF
V. I. Marsakova 36-36
ON THE MASS-RATIO OF THE ECLIPSING BINARIES OF W UMa TYPE PDF
P. G. Niarchos, H. W. Dnerbeck 37-40
POLYTHROPIO MODEL OF THE COMPONENT OF CLOSE BINARY SYSTEM PDF
F. V. Sirotkin 41-45
TIME-RESOLVED OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY AND PHOTOMETRY OF THE PEOULIAR POLAR BY CAM (=H0538+608) PDF
T. A. Somova, N. N. Somov, J. M. Bonnet-Bidaud, M. Monchet 46-46
DETECTION OF SUPERHUMPS IN THE DWARF NOVA PV PERSEI PDF
T. Vanmunster 47-49
The low dispersion synthetic spectra of cool giant stars PDF
S. I. Belik, A. V. Dragunova, N. S. Komarov 50-51
THE MEAN STELLAR SPECTRA OF COOL GIANT STARS PDF
A. V. Dragunova, S. I. Belik, N. S. Komarov 52-53
The abundances of heavy elements in the atmosphere of hyades giant 6 Tauri PDF
V. F. Gopka 54-56
Preliminary results of abundance determination of IRAS 09276+4454 PDF
V. G. Klochkova, T. V. Mishenina, V. E. Panchuk 57-58
THE ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS IN SPECTRA OF STARS IN REGION λλ 320-750 nm PDF
N. S. Komarov, M. G. Arkhipov, S. I. Belik, E. A. Depenchuk, A. V. Dragunova, N. N. Zakozhurnikova, L. E. Kantsen, L. F. Orlova, A. F. Pereverzentsev, A. G. Cherkass, R. I. Chuprina 59-60
THE PROBLEMS OF DETERMINATION OF ABUNDANCES IN ATMOSPHERES OF K GIANT STARS PDF
N. S. Komarov, N. Yu. Basak, T. I. Gorbaneva, V. V. Golubovsky, L. E. Kantsen, T. V. Shevchuk 61-63
THE CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES OF ATMOSPHERES OF K GIANT STARS PDF
N. S. Komarov, N. Yu. Basak, T. I. Gorbaneva, L. E. Kantsen 64-67
THE COOL GIANT STARS IN SOLAR VICINITY PDF
N. S. Komarov, L. V. Korotina, T. V. Shevchuk 68-69
CN-STRONG AND CN-WEAK DISK GIANTS PDF
T. V. Mishenina 70-71
THE SHELL ACTIVITY OF Be/SHELL STAR ζ TAURI IN 1985 - 1997 PDF
E. A. Pan'ko 71-75
DEPLETION OF TiO AND SPECTRA OF THE COOLEST BROWN DWARFS PDF
Ya. V. Pavlenko 76-77
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF APPROXIMATELY EQUAL MASS Hg-Mn COMPONENTS OF THE SB2 SYSTEM 46 Draconis PDF
V. V. Tsymbal, O. P. Kotchoukhov, D. L. Lambert, V. L. Khokhlova 78-81
HYDROGEN LINES IN B-e STARS ENVELOPES PDF
S. N. Udovichenko, E. I. Konchagina 82-85
NITROGEN ABUNDANCE FROM THE ULTRAVIOLET NH BANDS PDF
L. A. Yakovina, Ya. V. Pavlenko 86-88
FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF BIMODAL CEPHEIDS PDF
V. P. Bezdenezhnyi 89-91
FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF DELTA SCUTI VARIABLE STARS. I. PDF
V. P. Bezdenezhnyi 92-92
FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF DELTA SCUTI VARIABLE STARS. II. PDF
V. P. Bezdenezhnyi 93-94
MULTIPERIQDICITY OF RR LYRAE STARS. T SEXTANTIS PDF
V. P. Bezdenezhnyi 95-95
ON CLASSICAL CEPHEIDS' PERIODS PDF
V. P. Bezdenezhnyi 96-97
RADIATIVE TRANSFER EFFECTS ON THE COLORS OF RR LYRAE STARS PDF
C. G. Davis 98-99
DISCOVERY OF RAPID OSCILLATIONS IN Ар STAR HD 99563 PDF
T. N. Dorokhova 100-103
PHOTOMETRY OF LOW AMPLITUDES δ SCUTI TYPESTAR VW ARI PDF
T. N. Dorokhova, N. I. Dorokhov, D. E. Mkrtichian 104-108
CYCLE-TO-CYCLE CHANGES IN THE MIRA-TYPE STAR RT CYG PDF
V. I. Marsakova, I. L. Andronov 109-114
BURST GALAXIES PDF
S. A. Silich 115-117
CCD OBSERVATIONS OF DL DRA PDF
S. N. Udovichenko, A. V. Yushchenko 118-119
PHOTOMETRIC INVESTIGATION OF DR AND PDF
S. V. Vasilyeva, D. E. Mkrtichian 120-120
A POLARIMETRIC INVESTIGATION OF UNUSUAL STELLAR OBJECTS FROM THE BURAKAN SURVEYS. FIRST RESULTS PDF
V. D. Bychkov, S. P. Tapia 121-122
NEWS FROM MT. DUSHAK-EREKDAG STATION OF ODESSA ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY PDF
N. I. Dorokhov, T. N. Dorokhova, N. S. Komarov, S. Mukhamednazarov 123-125
FIRST OBSERVATION AT THE TÜBITAK TURKISH NATIONAL OBSERVATORY PDF
V. Keskin, Z. Aslan 126-127
SOME RESULTS OF TEN YEAR OPERATION OF THE AUTOMATIC MEASURING COMPLEXES PARSEC PDF
T. P. Sergeeva, A. V. Sergeev 128-130
“TIME SERIES WORKSHOP” OBSERVATIONS DATA PROCESSING TOOL PDF
L. L Shapovalova 131-134
ON CONDUCTION OF THE ORBITS OF ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES PDF
M. V. Bratijchuk, I. I. Motrunich, J. M. Motrunich, I. F. Neubauer 135-137
PROGRAMS OF AES EPHEMERIDES CALCULATION PDF
S. Ja. Kolesnik, N. G. Paltsev 138-138
THE ANALYSIS OF A SMALL-AMPLITUDE STRUCTURE FOR COSMIC OBJECTS LIGHT CURVES PDF
A. A. Korobko, A. V. Dobrovolsky, Yu. P. Shumilov, N. G. Paltsev, R. A. Chaichuk, S. L. Strakhova 139-141
А LASER-PHOTOMETRIC OBSERVATIONAL COMPLEX OF THE ODESSA ASTRONOMIOAL OBSERVATORY PDF
Yu. A. Medvedev, A. V. Dobrovolsky, N. G. Paltsev, R. A. Chaichuk 142-142
AN 80-cm UNIVERSAL AZIMUTHAL TELESCOPE FOR AES OBSERVATIONS PDF
Yu. A. Medvedev, N. N. Fashchevsky, R. A. Chaichuk, L. S. Paulin, Yu. N. Bondarenko 143-144
POSITIONAL AND PHOTOELECTRIC OBSERVATIONS OF CA SIMILAR TO THE OBJECTS SUGGESTED FOR LAUNCHING ACCORDING TO THE ” GLOBAL STAR” PROGRAM PDF
A. D. Sheptun, A. V. Dobrovolsky, N. G. Paltsev, R. A. Chaichuk, Yu. A. Medvedev, M. P. Petrov, A. E. Depenchuk, S. L. Strakhova, T. N. Naumenko, L. V. Korniychuk, E. A. Korobeynikova 145-146
PROGRAM OF AES ORBIT DETERMINATION FROM MEASUREMENT DATA OF ASTRONOMICAL STATION (“ORBITA – M”) PDF
A. D. Sheptun, S. Ya. Kolesnik, N. G. Paltsev 147-148