CONTENTS

 

 

DEPRESSION IN THE CONTINUOUS SPECTRUM OF SOLAR RADIATION IN THE REGION 65008200Å

Stelmakh O.M., Tyshko N.L.......................................................................................................... 5

The Study of Timing Relationships Which Arise When Using a Television CCD Camera Watec WAT-902H2 Supreme in Astronomical Investigations

Dragomiretsky V.V., Ryabov A.V., Koshkin N.I........................................................................ 10

10 New Variable Stars Detected by CRTS

Galinskiy A., Dubrouski S., Baluk I. ........................................................................................... 13

THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF OBSERVATIONAL NIGHTS MONITORED WITH USING THE ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS AT THE SUBURBAN OBSERVATION STATIONS OF ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY OF ODESSA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

Kashuba S.G., Gorbanev Yu.M., Andrievsky S.M., Marsakova V.I., Troianskyi V.V. ............. 16

GRAVITATIONAL COLLAPSE OF STARS AND THE METHODS OF ITS OBSERVATIONS

Kryvdyk V.G............................................................................................................................... 21

A STUDY OF MASS LOSS AND DUST FORMATION NEAR HOT STARS

Kuratov K.S., Miroshnichenko A.S., Kusakin A.V., Alimgazinova N.Sh.,
NuryzbaevaA.Zh., Manapbaeva A.B., Kuratova A.K. ............................................................... 30

IRAS22150+6190: A POORLY STUDIED YOUNG STAR

Kuratov K.S., Zakhozhay O.V., Miroshnichenko A.S., Zakhozhay V.A.................................... 34

SPECTROSCOPIC VARIABILITY OF THE SUPERGIANTS HD21389 AND HD187982

Maharramov Y.M., Baloglanov A.Sh........................................................................................... 39

THE ELEMENTS OF THE BASIC PHOTOMETRICAL CIRCLES ON THE SURFACE OF THE SPHERICAL PLANET AND DETERMINATION OF THEIR PLANETOCENTRIC POSITIONS

Mikhalchuk V.V. ......................................................................................................................... 46

THE SULPHUR ABUNDANCE BEHAVIOUR IN THE GALACTIC DISC STARS

Mishenina T.V., Paramonova O.P. .............................................................................................. 50

ATMOSPHERIC OZONE PROFILES DURING VASYLKIV OIL BURNING EPISODE

Shavrina A.,Veles A., Milinevsky G., Grytsai A., Liptuga A., Kyslyi V., Romanyuk Ya.......... 55

ABOUT THE NATURE OF METEOR FLARES

Smirnov V.A. .............................................................................................................................. 58

The physical meaning of the Titius-BODE FormuLa

Smirnov V.A. .............................................................................................................................. 62

IDENTIFICATION OF GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES BY THEIR PHOTOMETRIC
AND DYNAMIC FEATURES, SOME PROBLEMS

Sukhov P.P., Sukhov K.P. ........................................................................................................... 65

ON THE HEURISTIC RULE FOR PLANETARY DISTANCE DISTRIBUTION

Svyazhyn N.D. ............................................................................................................................ 69

THE SOLAR-RADIATION PRESSURE EFFECTS ON THE ORBITAL EVOLUTION OF ASTEROID MOONS

Troianskyi V.V., Bazyey O.A...................................................................................................... 76

Ha LINE AS AN INDICATOR OF ENVELOPE PRESENCE AROUND THE CEPHEID POLARIS Aa (aUMi)

Usenko I.A., Miroshnichenko A.S., Klochkova V.G., Tavolzhanskaya N.S............................... 78

MODEL OF DEGENERATE DWARF WITH SPIN-POLARIZED ELECTRON SYSTEM

Vavrukh M.V., Dzikovskyi D.V., TyshkoN.L............................................................................. 82

ANALYSIS OF SELF - GRAVITATING PLANETARY SATELLITES IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM

Yasenev S.O................................................................................................................................. 88

LIGHT POLLUTION IN LEO-SATELLITE TRACKING

Shakun L.S., Marsakova V.I., Golubovskaya T.A., Terpan S.S., Melikyants S.M.,
Korobeynikova E.A...................................................................................................................... 91

THE 15th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ODESSA BRANCH OF THE ISAAC NEWTON INSTITUTE (INI)

Kovtyukh V. ................................................................................................................................ 95