CONTENTS

 

Foreword.............................................................................................................................................. 2

Contents............................................................................................................................................... 3

Plenary session

THE LHC AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE HIGGS BOSON: 50 YEARS OF HIGGS'MECHANISM

Royon C. ................................................................................................................................... 6

PREHEATING THE UNIVERSE AFTER INFLATION

Rudenok I.V., Shtanov Yu.V., Vilchinskii S.I. ......................................................................... 11

SOLAR CYCLES TO UPDATING BASIC PARAMETERS

Ryabov M.I............................................................................................................................... 15

ON THE separation of solar and lunar cycles

Sidorenkov N.S., Zhigailo T.S. ................................................................................................. 18

GRAVITATIONAL MICROLENSING AND EXTENDED SOURCE MODELS

Sliusar V.M., Zhdanov V.I........................................................................................................ 21

Cosmology, Cosmomicrophysics and Gravitation

DIFFERENT APPROACHES FOR DARK MATTER HALOS OF CLUSTERS OF GALAXIES

Brilenkov R., Eingorn M., Zhuk A.......................................................................................... 23

COSMOLOGICAL PERTURBATIONS IN PRESENCE OF SCALAR FIELDS

Burgazli A.Yu., Eingorn M.V., Zhuk A.I.................................................................................. 24

ENVIRONMENTAL PROPERTIES OF GALAXIES AT Z < 0.1 FROM THE SDSS VIA THE
VORONOI TESSELLATION

Dobrycheva D.V., Melnyk O.V., Vavilova I.B., Elyiv A.A....................................................... 26

THE Asymmetric drift and THE rotation curve of the Galaxy

Golubov O. .............................................................................................................................. 28

MORPHOLOGICAL TYPES OF 254 RICH PF GALAXY CLUSTERS

Panko E.A., Andrievsky A.M., Gotsulyak A.V......................................................................... 30

THE ELLIPTICITIES OF GALAXIES IN GALAXY CLUSTERS OF DIFFERENT
MORPHOLOGICAL TYPE

Panko E., Flin P. ...................................................................................................................... 32

NEUTRINO IN GRAVITATIONAL FIELD

Plyatsko R.M., Fenyk M.T........................................................................................................ 34

DETERMINATION OF DARK MATTER TYPE BY X-RAY SOURCES STATISTICS

Tugay A.V. .............................................................................................................................. 36

Astrophysics

DETERMINATION OF SIZE OF THE EMITTING REGION IN ECLIPSING CATACLYSMIC VARIABLE STARS

Andronov I.L., Andrych K.D. ................................................................................................. 38

MODELLING OF MOTION OF BODIES NEAR TRIANGULAR LAGRANGIAN POINTS

Bobrov O.A. ............................................................................................................................ 41

Gamma Ray Burst follow-ups WITH BOOTES-4

Guziy S., Castro-Tirado A.J., Jelínek M., Gorosabel J., Kubánek P., Cunniffe R., Lara-Gil O., Tello J.C., Jeong S., Oates S.R., Xu Y., Pérez-Ramírez D., Cui Ch., Fan Yu., Wan Ch., Bai J., Kheyfets I.......... 43

Explosive nucleosynthesis at strong stellar magnetization

Kondratyev V.N., Korovina Yu.V............................................................................................ 45

Reverberation measurement of the inner radius of the dust torus
in NGC 4151 during 2008-2013

Oknyansky V.L., Metlova N.V., Taranova O.G., Shenavrin V.I., Artamonov B.P., Gaskell C.M.,
Di-Fu Guo.............................................................................................................................. 47

PHOTOMETRICAL STUDY OF OVERCONTACT BINARY SYSTEM V859 Cyg

Panko E.A., Sergienko O.G., Pomazan A.V., Bodryagin D.V.................................................. 50

Subsection Virtual observatories are practice of application

Compilation of CATALOG Of stellar equatorial coordinates and
B-magnitudes ​​ using UkrVO
PLATE database

Andruk V.N., Golovnya V.V., Ivanov G.A., Izhakevich E.M., Pakuliak L.K., Protsyuk Yu.I., Shatokhina S.V., Yatsenko A.I., Muminov M.M.................................................................................................. 53

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROPER MOTIONS OF STARS IN OPEN CLUSTERS
BY USING VO TOOLS

Mazhaev A., Protsyuk Yu. ....................................................................................................... 55

Astrometry OF χ and h Persei based on processing of digitized plates
of ARCHIVE of the Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences
of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Muminov M.M., Yuldoshev Q.X., Ehgamberdiev Sh.A., Kahharov B.B., Andruk V.N., Protsyuk Yu.I. 57

software for processing of Digitized AstroNegatives from archives
and databases of virtual observatory

Protsyuk Yu.I., Andruk V.N., Kazantseva L.V......................................................................... 59

method for evaluating the astrometric and photometric characteristics
of commercial scanners in their application for the scientific PURPOSE

Protsyuk Yu.I., Andruk V.N., Muminov M.M., Yuldoshev Q.X., Ehgamberdiev Sh.A., Eglitis I., Eglite M., Kovylianska O.E., Golovnya V.V., Kazantseva L.V., Kashuba S.G......................................... 61

results of processing of astronegatives with commercial scanner

Protsyuk Yu.I., Kovylianska O.E., Protsyuk S.V., Andruk V.N................................................ 63

THE Scientific use OF the UKRVO Joint Digital Archive: GRBs FIELDS, Pluto, and satellites of outer planets

Vavilova I., Golovnya V., Andruk V., Pakuliak L., Yizhakevych O., Shatokhina S., Protsyuk Yu., Kazantseva L., Lukianchuk V........................................................................................................................... 65

POSITIONAL CATALOGUES OF SATURNS AND JUPITERS MOONS

Yizhakevych O., Andruk V., Pakuliak L., Lukianchuk V., Shatokhina S. ............................... 67

Radio-astronomy

USING THE METHODS OF WAVELET ANALYSIS AND SINGULAR SPECTRUM ANALYSIS
IN THE STUDY OF RADIO SOURCE BL LAC

Donskykh G.I., Ryabov M.I., Sukharev A.L., Aller M.............................................................. 69

DATA NETWORKING SUPPORT SERVICES OF PUSHCHINO RADIO ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY, ASTRO SPACE CENTER OF LEBEDEV PHYSICAL INSTITUTE

Dumsky D.V., Isaev E.A., Samodurov V.A., Likhachev S.F., Shatskaya M.V., Kitaeva M.A.,
Zaytcev A.Yu., Ovchinnikov I.L., Kornilov V.V...................................................................... 71

PROSPECTS OF TRANSFERRIG THE LARGE VOLUMES OF RADIO ASTRONOMY DATA

Isaev E.A., Tarasov P.A........................................................................................................... 73

Tracking type III radio burst sources in THE solar corona by heliographic means

Koval A.A., StanislavskyA.A., Konovalenko A.A., Volvach Ya.S........................................... 74

THE DAILY 110 MHZ SURVEY (BSA FIAN) IN THE ON-LINE MODE: DATABASE AND PROCESSING METHODS

Samodurov V.A., Kitaeva M.A., Logvinenko S.V., Isaev E.A., Dumsky D.V., Pugachev V.D. 76

Variability features of the radio source OT 081 in centimeter
wavelength range

Sukharev A.L., Margo F. Aller ................................................................................................. 78

PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF HII/PDR complex IN ORIon BAR ESTIMATED BY OBSERVA-
TIONS OF 8 MM RECOMBINATION LINES. EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE OF q1 Ori STAR

Tsivilev A.P., Yu.Parfenov S., Sobolev A.M............................................................................ 81

Sun and Solar System

THE RESEARCH OF VARIATION OF THE PERIOD AND PRECESSION OF THE ROTATION
AXIS OF EGS (AJISAI) SATELLITE BY USING PHOTOMETRIC MEASUREMENT

Burlak N., Koshkin N., Korobeynikova E., Melikyants S., Shakun L., Strakhova S. ............... 83

HEAT MODELS OF ASTEROIDS AND THE YORP EFFECT

Golubov O. .............................................................................................................................. 87

INFLUENCE OF SPACE WEATHER EFFECTS ON THE UPPER ATMOSPHERE ACCORDING TO THE DRAG OF ARTIFICIAL EARTH SATELLITES

Komendant V.H., Koshkin N.I., Ryabov M.I., Sukharev A.L. ................................................. 89

PROGNOSES AND ANOMALY OF 24th CYCLE OF SOLAR ACTIVITY

Lozitsky V.G., Efimenko V.M.................................................................................................. 91

DIAGNOSTICS OF LOCAL MAGNETIC FIELDS IN SOLAR FLARES USING FeI 5383
AND MgI 5528 LINES

Lozitsky V.G., Lozitsky O.V.................................................................................................... 93

Unstable angina treatment in various periods of geomagnetic activity

Parshina S.S., Tokayeva L.K., Afanasyeva T.N., Samsonov S.N., Petrova V.D.,
Dolgova E.M.,
Manykina V.I., Vodolagina E.S. ....................................................................... 95

GEOMAGNETIC ACTIVITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF MILLIMETER ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION IN UNSTABLE ANGINA TREATMENT

Parshina S.S., Samsonov S.N., Afanasyeva T.N., Tokayeva L.K., Petrova V.D.,
Dolgova E.M.,
Manykina V.I., Vodolagina E.S......................................................................... 97

INFLUENCE OF SPACE WEATHER ON A CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM OF A HUMAN BEING DURING VARIOUS SOLAR CYCLE PHASES

Samsonov S.N., Manykina V.I., Krymsky G.F., Parshina S.S., Petrova P.G.,
Palshina .., Strekalovskaya .., Shadrina L.P., Vishnevsky V.V...................................... 99

Earth's magnetic field dynamics: space weather and solar cycle 
effect exhibiting
Sukharev A.L., Sobitnyak L.I., Ryabov M.I., Orlyuk M.I., Orliuk I.M., Romenets A.A. ......... 101

Large-scale biophysical experiment "Geliomed-2"

Vishnevskey V., Gromozova E., Ragoulskaya M................................................ 103